|Happy Island, Union Island, Grenadines|
|Happy Island, and island made entirely out of Conch shells|
|enjoying a motor sail to Grenada|
|Never get tired of this water color. Tobago Cays|
We've joined the hordes of other boats that have run south to evade the hurricanes. We are now anchored in Prickly Bay in Grenada and there are probably 100 other boats here with another 50 in the neighboring harbor. While it is nice to have finally caught up with the elusive "kid boats," it is definitely a little culture shock. We recently joined 25 other kids for an impromptu get together and our socialites are pretty happy. We aren't doing much else at the moment, but we've promised the kids that once we got to Grenada there would be other kids to hang out with, so we are here for a few more days while they get as much socializing in as they can.
The weather looks good to leave on the 7th or 8th and we hope to head to Trinidad about that time. We are getting some work done on the boat and we are also leaving the boat for a few weeks while we head home. Trinidad is officially out of the hurricane belt, so we feel pretty comfortable leaving the boat there. Once we return we will head back up to Grenada for a spell before we start our westward progress.