I MEANT to post some pictures as soon as I got home from Abaco, but after being away so long I had SO much to do at home! Sorry for the delay, but I still want to show the stages of building, so I will post pictures here from October 22nd – the last day … Continue reading “Camp David Update”
Another post from Chris Daughters of Oregon Fly Fishing Blog. Posted on November 3, 2012. Ripping West Northwest winds gave way to beautiful weather, all day in-coming tides and hungry Bonefish. Cool for the tropics but amazing for a couple of families from the West. Fishing, beaching, trick or treating has been a blast.
The following is a guest post from Chris Daughters over at Oregon Fly Fishing blog. He was one of our first year guests at Abaco Palms in 2006 and has been returning with his family almost every year. Two days in Orlando waiting out then Hurricane Sandy, literally hours on the phone with United Airlines, … Continue reading “Great Abaco Island Bahamas Report”
Following the week off, it is exciting to see progress being made again at Camp David! The interior framing is finished – so I can walk IN the rooms. I am very happy with the layout. Yesterday they set the 6 – 8″x8″ columns that will support the roof over the deck, each secured with … Continue reading “Camp David – after another full week’s work – end of work day 21”
I had the MOST AMAZING day/experience this past weekend and just had to share it! I received the call around 6 am – the weather was cooperating and the fishing was ON. I was so excited!!!…but VERY nervous, too! I had agreed to spend the day at sea with my good friends, Buddy and Cindy … Continue reading “A day in the life of a Lobster Fisherman and his Captain…”
Before I update with the MOST current pictures, I want to share a few pictures of Camp David, taken from the water on Monday, September 24th – the end of day 13 of construction. It was a BEAUTIFUL evening out in the skiff. As David mentioned earlier, we are very fortunate to have a small, … Continue reading “Camp David – end of day 16”