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Thanks Shirley and PK, you are welcome.
This is so interesting...Thanks ..
Looks terrific, Robbie, and thanks for the very interesting story.
Come on over....over.....over Nova, thanks!
I wanna be there........there........there......
You're welcome mate, thanks Morris.It most certainly is Rob. Just to the left out of the picture is a small reef. It is full of small fish and sea fans. One day a few years ago my mate and I spent about 45 minutes watching a small golden eel and a cobalt blue Angel fish. We were fascinated by them darting in and out of holes, chasing others away and having a good time. I never saw an eel like that before or after, but see small Angel fish a lot. Thanks.You are welcome Celeste and thanks.They are awesome to see Hanne, I showed a picture a long time ago, see if I can find it again. Thanks.
Veeery interesting, Robbie, how I would like to see a lobster alive in water like this!! Thanks so very much!!
So awesome Robbie Thanks for the history :)
Lucky you!! Looks like a terrific spot for a snorkell - thanks Robbie.
Very interesting!! Thanks!
Thanks chickie.This is your Christmas present mate!! Enjoy!
Is this your new fishing boat mate?
Love it! Thanks for the info Robbie.
Thanks Tweety Bird....Graci! The sun was really beaming down here today, thanks.
Wow Robbie! the color of the water is amazing! thanks
Thank you PLG and Lela. She was sunk deliberately, yes.
Yes, very interesting.......do you mean the ship was sunk deliberately, or am I misunderstanding?....
Great puzzle and very interesting! Thanks, Robbie!
Thanks TG, chookies and Robbos.
Lovely cool looking water, thanks for sharing Robbie.
Interesting puzzle and interesting story - thanks Robbie!
Neat story Robbiel. Thanks for sharing :)
Went cruising in the boat today, weather very mild. This Island is a protected Island and is home to many endemic plants and birds. It served as a yellow fever quarantine hospital in 1865 and has a small cemetery for patients who didn't survive. This ship was sunk here to provide a sheltered cove. There was always a large school of Grey Snappers living inside and one day while snorkeling we saw a huge lobster feeding on a shark carcass.