Yeah, I was sick as a dog last week, but our family tradition of going to Bimini, and staying at my buddy Frank's place, Bimini Sands would NOT be denied! I hacked for the first day or so, but I think the medicine (rum) that the Bahamians plied me with may have aided in my recovery! My whole family, plus my fishing buddy Tommy B and his mini me, Tommy had a Jimmy Buffett weekend. Fishing, spearfishing, Cooking our catch, and watching the Heat win with the locals. Less than 50 miles from us and we have paradise. Tell your friends who live up north to bite you.
The Famous "Sapona", or Concrete ship grounded in 1926 during a Hurricane. Now a popular snorkel location minutes from Bimini.
My initial approach to Bimini Sands resort. It's always exciting upon arrival, and with a full moon, it was especially nice!
The full moon usually produces a pretty good mutton snapper bite, and we were not denied! Later that night, the cook made a nice platter witht the fish cooked 3 ways, with some Bahamian Peas and rice and a side of lobster!
A nice Yellowfin Grouper, Myself, my son AJ and a bird.
A really cool looking Horse Eye Jack that we released...and as it was released, a hugh bullshark crushed it! Wish I had that video, "it's a shark"!
Light entertainment as the delivery barge got stuck! That was fun, until we realized it was the beer boat!
The infinity pool at Bimini Sands, Not sure if there's a view like that anywhere? That's facing Miami Beach. At night, you can see the glow of the big city, 50 miles away, but worlds apart.
La Famiglia! Waiting for the shuttle to take us to dinner, AJ, with a bag of fish, Nic, my oldest and a student at UF, Little Tommy B, my wife Gina (looking hot and tan in all white!) and my bro, Tommy B!