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A rare image of the shy and reclusive ‘rollingharbour’, an exotic accidental in the land of the computer and blogging savvy…
BYENVENI NAN WOULE PLAJ
(“Welcome to Rolling Harbour” in Haitian Creole)
I’ve been a long time resident artist on Abaco. I’ve dined a few times at Delphi Club and left some cards for your guests. I would like to have you add my link to your information page on art and crafts. I do both oil painting (plein air) and fine seaglass jewelry. On Facebook at Abacoseaglass or Marlee Mason or http://www.abacoseaglass.com 242 477 5871
Hi Marlee, yes of course. Great idea. I’m at Delphi right now. I’ll drag some images from your website and make an illustrative page that includes your links. Should have thought of it before. I left my computer in UK, so it will have to wait till we go back after Easter. All the best, Keith.
Ps Oscar is doing well at university. Or so he says!