Workboats working for position at the Grenada Sailing Festival.
Sunrise while sailing into the southwest coast of Grenada.
The Belvedere Post Office, Carriacou. Ruins of an old stone church in the background.
An old house on top of a hill in Dover.
An old wreck in Watering Bay, Windward.
One of the traditional hand-built boats of Windward. This one a fishing boat as is obvious from the pilothouse.
Old houses on the streets of Windward.
Another old 18th-century house in Windward.
Windward is a very colorful town - including the houses, vegetation, and people.
A sailboat on stands at the "fishermen's disco" in Windward.
Windward is full of old houses from the 19th century.
One of the 19th-century houses in Windward.
The trail to Petite Carenage is a tunnel lined with conch shells until emerging at the beach.
Petite Carenage from the trail to Gun Point.
Gun Point on the north side of Carriacou. The British placed this cannon in the late 18th century to divide the administration zones between Grenada and St. Vincent. Union Island in the background.
Petite Carenage at high water. Sea turtles use the long, isolated expanse of beach for nesting.
The trail to Petite Carenage is hard to miss, lined with conch shells the entire way.
The "boatyard" in Windward.
The boats in Windward have their side planking installed from the top down, rather than the bottom up.
Caulking on one of the ships in the village of Windward.
Views of Hillsborough from the hospital in Belair.
This lady has some of the best oranges I've ever had. She's on the north end of Tyrrel Bay near Alexis Supermarket.