Rise and Shine!! Coffee and cinnamon rolls await
We had to get our snorkel gear at 9:00.
We were headed to Point Udall which is the eastern most point in the United States.
This monument is a giant sundial was titled Point Udall Millennium Monument. It was built for the New Years celebration January 1, 2000. The tradition is that people celebrate at this monument the first sunrise of the new year .
We hiked down a dusty trail for about 1/2 mile towards the water carrying snorkel gear, towels and our lunch. Going down was fun! Coming back up? Not so fun.
The water was super wavy and it was a difficult time to snorkel. We were still able to see some fish, coral and some beautiful sea life.
We spent our lunch under (some in) a big tree talking about anything and everything from what we would have told our younger selves to Abraham and so much in between.
We drove around the South Island.
We caught a glimpse of “The Castle.” It’s for sale for $9 million. Any takers?
What an incredible view this little house has
We spent the afternoon at home just sitting on the back porch. Not a bad way to spend our time. It wasn’t hard to nap as the ocean breeze blows.
We had dinner at Flyers, grill/bar place right on the water.
Dinner was fabulous but the homemade ice cream was out of this world. Lots of flavors with 4 spoons.
Happy Easter Eve Friends.
Tomorrow is going to be an incredible day. It’s going to be an early morning for us here in St Croix but what a glorious day it’s going to be.