All of us wanted to return to Johnson Cay, a small inland with a perfect beach facing north and an anchorage only for two boats. Two years ago, we had a magical experience with our friends on Dream Catcher. So this time, we were there by ourselves with perfect weather, clear skies and gorgeous water. With the artistic Daniels family on Dream Catcher, we painted a sign that said, "Welcome to Johnson Cay. Here is the picture as it looked two years ago:
Friends had said, "No did not see the sign". So we thought it was gone after two years of wind, sea and weather. While I was snorkeling, Parker started yelling from shore. He had found the sign, somewhat overgrown but still there. I looked around and found the board painted by the Daniels family and all of the kids& painted conch shells, still there. Here is the sign after two years of abuse by mother nature:
A project presented itself, the sign called to be repainted. Unfortunately, we did not have a full paint set on board. Green and white were the only choices. Parker also scored a kite-board.not Marc's but one just the same. Johnson Cay never fails to amaze and enchanted us. With a perfect name, it is our favorite secluded island and probably always will be.