Friday, May 14, 2010

Sir Francis Drake Channel in the BVI and Firecracker Plant

In the British Virgin Islands, isn't this heaven on earth to look at?  Scroll down for a picture of the firecracker plant.



Firecracker Plant


Winds have picked up in the BVI and please pass the Rum!
Caribbean Hurricane Network
... probably under 5 feet but with lots of small white caps which are very visible off here at the West End of Tortola and Eastern part of St. Thomas. ...

Tortola & Virgin Gorda (BVI) - Local Reports (Caribbean Hurricane ...
By stormCARIB
Within the Sir Francis Drake Channel and along a good bit of the coastal areas, the seas will be a bit less... probably under 5 feet but with lots of small white caps which are very visible off here at the West End of Tortola and ...

Where's dat dunshine?
Caribbean Hurricane Network
By DearMissMermaid at aol.com Woke this morning just after sunrise to see some rain squalls coming through. The rain shafts are so interesting to see from ...

Tortola & Virgin Gorda (BVI) - Local Reports (Caribbean Hurricane ...
By stormCARIB
Dat crazy Dear Miss Mermaid, is still on walk-about, but you get to hear local reports from the East End Correspondent and dat Wayward Sailor, who is out roaming the high seas in his ship afloat. I'm amazed it's near freezing in the ...

2 comments:

  1. Dear Miss Mermaid

    Great pictures. Reminds me of Home and the beautiful flowers from Barbados. We get nice flowers here in Canada but they don't last too long. Thanks again

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