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These are the faces of men on a mission. Lobsters and conch beware.

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They set off on a mission while I worked on my tan in the dinghy.

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After three months of looking under every rock, nook and cranny they came home victorious with a lobster and conch.

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Lobstering laws in Puerto Rico are a bit different than the Bahamas and the tools of the trade changed a bit. In the Bahamas, we were allowed to fish with a spear gun, while here in Puerto Rico you need only your hands and a net.

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I try not to watch too closely for fear that I may accidently dial up PETA, but I do know the tail grilled and soaked in butter is about the best thing you can put in your mouth. Lauren served it up with a side of Conch Fritters and a Medella light and it makes the perfect Lobster Lunch.

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Selah loves Puerto Rico too. That little dot is Bo’s head snorkeling around.

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We ran into friends and had a little flotilla.

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Creative use of a Bosun’s chair; usually they are used to haul someone up the mast.

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This is the face of a happy camper.

 

 


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