The Summer in Grenada

Grenada – The Spice Island

The pool at Le Phare Bleu Marina helped keep us cool!

Lush green vegetation, beautiful blue water, gorgeous beaches and happy friendly people make Grenada an excellent place to spend some time. I recommend doing it in the winter months though, as daily temperatures of 110 in the middle of summer are exhausting. That said we still had a wonderful time.

We had tons of fun! There was always fun things going on and some we made up as we went along.

The Sandy Feet crew arriving for Randy's birthday party!

The Sandy Feet crew arriving for Randy’s birthday party!

Randy keeping his cool!

Randy keeping his cool!

Randy's Birthday party

Randy’s Birthday party

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Pot Luck – sometimes rain moved us inside

We love our boat kids!

We love our boat kids!

And each other

And each other

A sailing regatta

A sailing regatta

Monkeying around on a tour

Monkeying around on a tour

The rhum factory

The rhum factory

Dinner out

Dinner out

Our friend Susan's visit

Our friend Susan’s visit

Sunset

Sunset

Dinner out

Dinner out

Dinner in

Dinner in

Dinghy rides

Dinghy rides

Nature tour

Nature tour

Coco pods

Coco pods

Carnival - we mas!

Carnival – we mas!

Friday nights at Container park - everyone is there, boaters, locals, and med students

Friday nights at Container park – everyone is there, boaters, locals, and med students

Boat Body Boot Camp! Thank you Elizabeth!  Yup, we worked out in that heat - crazy

Boat Body Boot Camp! Thank you Elizabeth!
Yup, we worked out in that heat – crazy

Then lounged by the pool

Then lounged by the pool

We met so many wonderful people, saw the sights and ate very well. Granada was a blast!

 

 

 

 

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