See Life

See Life

At sea level, a person standing 5’10” tall can see almost three miles to the horizon. We were sitting on the steps of the palapa drinking coffee which put our eye level at about that height. The horizon to the east is a straight line, only broken by the outline of Twin Cayes.
I know what is beyond that horizon. 
I have been there.
It calls me to return.
The ocean is dead calm, the sky is brightening, and the boat is anchored just off the island. We are making a mental list of all the things we need to spend a couple of days diving out at Glover’s. It is an easy twenty-mile run. We can fish on the way there and back. What do we really need? Dive gear. Check. Fishing gear. Check. Coffee. Beer. Water. Check. Oh, and someone should create the perfect playlist. This is going to be awesome.
Glover’s Atoll was named after pirate brothers in the 1750’s. (Oh, don’t forget the rum.) It harbors one of the greatest diversity of reef types in the western Caribbean. There are 850 patch reefs on the interior and spectacular underwater formations around the outside of the oval atoll. It is calling.
Pack it up. Let’s go see life. 



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