Today I took Howie to visit Verdmont.
Then he helped me find a hard box.
In general a slow day.
cold for Bermuda ---high 50's
Howie unsuccessfully tried to catch a fish for dinner. Then he rode around taking pictures.
I found the last puzzle cache and the last virtual.
We finally decided the weather was OK to rent scooters from Oleander cycles.
Howie likes the moped just for the excitement of the ride.
I like it only as a mode of transport that gets me places that are hard to get to on the bus.
We road to Dockyards visiting the Gibb’s Hill lighthouse and taking pictures at the golf course and
several beaches. After lunch, Howie abandoned me.
Dinner in the apartment.
Nice....only 1 brief shower
This morning we took multiple buses to get to the city of St. George. St George is a UNESCO site. It is the oldest part of the island.
We stolled the alleyways, visited St Peter church, and the glass beach of Alexandra Battery Beach.
Howie took the bus to the Port Royal golf course.
I went to the Bermuda Botanical Gardens.
Then I took the bus to a trailhead for a part of the Bermuda rainway.
This is the old rainroad that has been turned into a rails to trail walking path.
better...only brief showers
We woke up to steady rain and wisely decided to skip renting skooters.
So an expensive taxi took us to the bus terminal to buy 3 day passes.
Then on to the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute.
Howie really enjoyed the science in this well done museum.
Then we walked into town, had lunch, watched the end of the marithon, and caught the ferry from
Hamilton to the Dockyards.
Howie wanted to shop and I wanted to find boxes….so we separated.
I found a box in the Bermuda Maritime Museum, but most finds were jumping on and off the bus at beaches.
upper 60's and rain
OK mexican and pasta in the apartment.....This is a vacation?
- Clairfont apartments
Howie played golf and I visited a state park.
We drove the historic scenic byway. Howie was upset with the clouds over the mountains.
cloudy and gloomy before Hood River, sunny and bright after (in the high desert)