This past week Gayle and I sailed from Georgetown to Conception Island. Conception Island is a remote place about a days sail from Georgetown. It is a Bahamas national park, and therefore relatively pristine. As you will see from the pictures below, there were plenty of "groceries" to be had, including a 20 pound Nassau Grouper that was the biggest fish we have speared on the trip. The freezer on the boat is packed with fish we have shot, and we are enjoying it immensely. We are now back in Georgetown hunkered down for some windy weather, and keeping a careful eye out for storms.