Turks and Caicos Wedding at Harbour Club Villas

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A one-of-a-kind estate with individual villas that are ideal for that special wedding.

LOVE IS IN THE AIR……..at Harbour Club Villas and Marina.

Harbour Club Villas and Marina is a one-of-a-kind estate with individual villas available for rent for that special wedding occasion.


Bring your family. Bring the kids. Bring your friends.
Have a family reunion, a wedding celebration, that special anniversary or birthday getaway, a yoga retreat, grab a group of scuba dive buddies, go for some fishing or spend some downtime just looking to rest and relax away from the typical and often crowded beach resorts.


Six individual cottages that are just perfect for a small family group…….. from 12 to 24 persons.


Our small, island hideaway has a special appeal to small groups looking for that perfect resort.


A beautiful bride and her bridesmaids pose for photographs at the villas.

We have six, identical units in a boutique, resort style setting, surrounded by tropical gardens, gazebo and pool. Villas are located between two waterfronts on Provo’s more tranquil south shore and can accommodate from 12 guests up to groups of 24.
The entire estate can be booked for your exclusive use and enjoyment. Imagine that perfect wedding day.

We can help you make all the arrangements from the minister, your bridal bouquet and flower arrangements, photographer, cake maker, reception, caterers, selection of beach for the ceremony, pre wedding cruises or anything else you would like to make your special day memorable.


Wedding photographs at the marina lookout at Harbour Club Villas.

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Local island stonework and the walkways at Harbour Club Villas make for that special photo opportunity.

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Such a beautiful bride poses for a moment in front of her villa at Harbour Club.


Such a glorious choice of locations for those wedding photos.


The bride and groom have a moment of joy and exhilaration on the beach.

There are so many perfect beaches for the bride and groom to choose from: Grace Bay by Sibonne and the Bay Bistro is a favorite. Then there is gorgeous Leeward Beach, Sapodilla, Taylor Bay, Malcolm Roads Beach and others where the sand is soft and the sea is tinged with pinks and oranges as the sun sets into the ocean.


Leeward beach in all its’ perfection seems to lure many wedding couples.

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The beach at Sibonne is fantastic especially if the bridal party wants an island reception on the beach at the Bay Bistro restaurant.


Malcolm Roads Beach is a little removed from the norm but it is perhaps the most spectacular.


Champagne as the sun sets on Taylor Bay.

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Such a gorgeous bridal bouquet of orange roses …… Turtle Rock on the horizon of Taylor Bay.

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We’re Married! A Leeward Beach sunset with the happy bride and groom

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Boats at anchor at Sapodilla Bay……..our bride and groom take a tender moment to take in a perfect sunset.


Sand dollar champagne glasses and a toast to a beautiful future together…..Malcolm Roads Beach.

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You never can tell what the weather will bring but a window of opportunity as the sun shines for a moment at Leeward.


A bride and her flower girls enjoy a special moment.


Rose petals sprinkled over the calm waters of Taylor Bay.


The champagne is ready and waiting for the bride and groom.

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A little flower girl takes in the beauty of the ocean.


Harbour Club Marina backdrop for a wedding couple on their wedding day.


The gazebo at Harbour Club is just a beautiful space to hold a wedding reception.


Tables prepared for a wedding reception………we can arrange for a caterer to come in.

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Decorations abound as the gazebo at Harbour Club Villas holds a catered wedding reception.


Time to party Newfie style complete with screech!!

Our small, island hideaway has a special appeal to small groups looking for that perfect resort for a wedding, a family reunion or get together or any other function.

We offer relaxation and enjoyment in a lush tropical setting that appears to be “off the beaten path” but that is, in reality, a close 5-15 minute drive to shopping, restaurants and most of the places our visitors would want to see and explore.

Please call me, Marta, and together we can plan your perfect island beach wedding.

We have six, identical units in a boutique, resort style setting, surrounded by tropical gardens, gazebo and pool. Villas are located between two waterfronts on Provo’s more tranquil south shore and can accommodate from 12 guests up to groups of 24.

Toll free at 1 888 240 0447.

Or send me an email at harbourclub@tciway.tc

Hope to hear from you soon,




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Thirsty Anole at Harbour Club Villas


It’s time for relaxing and ending the day with a beer.

Pretty much every evening we head on up our hill and sit and enjoy the view over Harbour Club Marina. On this particular evening, I set my beer on the wall beside the bench and to my amazement a little anole lizard cautiously approached. He evidently was thirsty and started to lap up the beads of moisture that had formed on my Corona. What a photo op and my camera captured this cute event.


Lapping up the beads of moisture


Anole lizards are interesting to watch and they do move fast.


Just another little drink before I go!

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Hummingbird Rescue


Momma hummingbird feeding her two new little ones


Harbour Club Villas and Marina have a new little guest……..a Bahamas Woodstar hummingbird has built a nest in one of our Bridal Bouquet plants. The nest has been battered by the strong winds and the lower leaf supporting the nest is slowly starting to die.


Perching on her nest to feed the babies that were just hatched a day ago.


The yellow beak of one of the two little hummingbird in the nest lined with soft hairs and fibres.


Bridal bouquet showing how off kilter the nest is.


The yellowing leaf is supporting most of the nest but it’s not going to hold for sure until the birds are ready to fly.

The two little hatchling hummingbirds are at the mother’s tail and she will have to add more to her nest to shore it up so that the babies don’t fall out.


Another hummingbird nest at Harbour Club Villas…..what a work of art!


Looking down into the nest to see the little hummingbirds.


Here are the two little hummingbirds sleeping in their soft nursery.


A photo showing the sloping angle of the nest


Our little grandson peaks into the nest to see the new hatchlings

I was really worried about the little birds falling out of the nest as it seemed to be leaning really far on the one side. The nest was only woven around one leaf that was dying. I asked our gardener to try and tie up the nest so that it would last for about three more weeks.


Sturdy twigs on either side of the nest adding support and safety for the hatchlings.

I came back to find two sturdy branches tied around and supporting the nest…perfect! Mama hummingbird is now sitting upright on the nest and the little ones are safe and secure in the newly shored-up nest.


She seems to be enjoying her newly supported nest.


Collecting nectar for the babies


Minute cottonball puffs have been added to the nest


Here’s a close up of the baby hummers


Mama flies in to feed the little ones


Taking a break, the little hummingbird perches on a branch.


Here are the babies a week later and growing so fast


Two open little beaks just waiting to be fed


Mama bird’s favourite perch on a flowering ixora bush.


Flying in for a landing on her perch to see if all’s clear……….she knows I’m there


More repairs as we have to pull the bridal bouquet branch up under the eaves

More repairs …….. the leaning bridal bouquet branch was catching the full on sunshine and I could see that the baby hummingbirds were suffering the heat onslaught. We had to tie it up using the villa louvers to pull the branch back into the shade up under the eaves.


Feeding her hungry crew.

The mother hummingbird drinks nectar and catches bugs which she regurgitates into a slurry substance the baby hummingbirds can digest. This mixture is fed to the baby hummingbirds approximately every twenty minutes. She insert her beak all the way down into the mouths of the baby hummingbirds.


Peaking out of the nest with beak wide open.

When a mother hummingbird comes to feed the baby hummingbirds, the baby hummingbirds feel the wind and vibrations from the wings of their mother and lift their little heads up and open their mouths.


Close up of the nestlings as they wait for mama.

With two repairs to her nest, we are hoping all will hold together until the baby hummingbirds are ready to fly.


The mama hummingbird and one of her favourite perches in a bougainvillea that’s near the nest.


At six days old they have the startings of feathers and hungry all the time.


The little hummingbirds are grow fast and feeding is approximately every 20 minutes or so.


Hummingbirds lap up the nectar with their long slender tongues.


Two weeks old and they have fluffy feathers.


Yes, they projectile poop lifting their bums out of the nest so as not to dirty it.


See how long her tongue is?


There’s a greenish tinge to their feathers and they are looking more like hummingbirds.


One of the little guys perches at the edge of the nest.


Enjoying a little scratch as she perches on the bougainvillea branch.


Three weeks old and almost ready to fly.


The babies grip the nest with their claws so that they don’t fall out.


Now you can see the iridescent green on their feathers





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Summertime Beaches


Southwest tip of our island on a summer’s day……..perfection

Summertime on Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands brings a laid back, lazy and dreamy time. Much too hot to do anything BUT head to the beach. And those beaches are all beyond belief…………on some of them, there’s not another soul. All that splendor to enjoy for yourself. We call it “silly season” and it’s a time when many leave the island and the beaches are empty but heavenly.


A lone figure way out on a sandbar……WOW doesn’t that make you want to visit?


Summer storm passing on through and what intense colours.


These three ladies have their cooler and glasses of wine……..what could be more perfect?


Thatch beach umbrella and chairs just waiting to be filled.


A little girl enjoying playing on the beach.


Late afternoon as the sun casts a pinkish glow and a lone SUP-er heads home.


Pretty spectacular


Ahhhh Sapodilla Bay and it’s shallow waters………little kids just love this beach


Lace fringed ocean on a flat calm day.

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Look at that water with nothing better to do than float around on Grace Bay

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The end of a beautiful day with cocktails in the water.

Summertime is the best time………..quiet beaches all to yourself, swimming in perfect island waters, snorkeling the reefs and just enjoying life at a much slower snail’s pace.

Stay with us at Harbour Club Villas and Marina and we’ll tell you all our secrets and best hideaway spots on the variety of breathtaking beaches.

See you on the beach…….somewhere?






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Trip Advisor Hall of Fame





We are thrilled to announce that Harbour Club Villas and Marina have been recognized as a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence HALL OF FAME WINNER.

The ‘Hall of Fame’ was created to honour those businesses that have earned a Certificate of Excellence for five consecutive years. The Certificate of Excellence award celebrates excellence in hospitality and puts a spotlight on those that consistently deliver an exceptional service to their customers. It is given only to establishments that achieve great traveler reviews on TripAdvisor.

Currently we are #4 of 44 hotels on Trip Advisor! For a small vacation complex like ours, this is a major achievement and all our thanks go to our travelers for sending in their reviews.


Six, one bedroom cottages at the edge of Flamingo Lake……..great accommodation for couples, families and groups.

Specializing in couples and small groups, we can accommodate from 2 to 24 guests in our unique and very beautiful accommodation on the south side. We have affordable and highly competitive prices. all villas are available to rent either individually or as a collective group and if required, we’ll rent on an exclusive basis to ensure your family or friends have a very memorable stay.

It is our genuine intention that guests arrive as guests and leave as our friends.



A unique location between the lake and our own private Marina with a channel out to Cooper Jack Bay

Here’s what some of our guests have said……….

Nannie says “Hidden from the rest of the tourists, you have your own island retreat, surrounded by the most incredible gardens and water vistas. Your villa has just enough amenities so as to not interrupt its relaxed and soothing island oasis vibe! Truly my new favorite spot on the globe.”


Hummingbirds, green herons, bananaquits, grey king birds and recently a yellow bellied sapsucker……all can be seen at the pool and grounds of Harbour Club Villas.

“There have been very few times in my life where words have failed me. This is one of those occasions! Barry and Marta, you two are such a find! I wish we were neighbors. The villa feels like home and we wanted for nothing during our all too short stay. I especially enjoyed your gardens, the hummingbirds and the blooming “old man.”


Ask Marta to show you the best spots to eat (my personal favorite is the Bay Bistro), or best isolated beaches where treasure may or may not be found…or WHERE TO FIND THE BONEFISH!!!!!!! ”

Rod and Kim Hamilton stayed at Harbour Club Villas to do some DIY bonefishing while writing their book.

“I can highly recommend. Marta and Barry are taking great care of us and if you can believe it, the bonefishing is at the end of their driveway. I can see bonefish tailing from my front window.”

Rod gives the Turks & Caicos a nine out of a possible ten “spousal rating”.  Pick up and read his book  DIY Bonefishing or ask me to read my personalized copy. By the way, my photos are in the book too!



Step out into the lake and be fishing in minutes………..yes the bonefish are just waiting for you.

“Ahhhh yes……..a do-it-yourself bonefish delight!  While we were there in April, five of the six cottages housed some world class bonefish and fly experts! What a treat as that is what lured (hahahahaha) my husband and I to this cozy retreat.”

Craig says ” This was my third visit to Harbour Club and as usual our accommodations were immaculate. I am already planning a return visit next year to coincide with an early morning incoming tide. All in all, this is a great winter getaway spot, very “spouse friendly” and a good choice for DIY bonefishing when you don’t have all day to fish.”



A home away from home in lovely surroundings

“Staying on the south side of the island offers a much more immersed and laid back feel to your vacation. While Grace Bay may offer some of the amenities some people prefer, others may prefer a more quiet and secluded stay that isn’t always easy to find on the other side of the island. The Harbour Club Villas are very spacious, comfortable, with air conditioning. We loved walking down the hill to the marina to go sit on the dock in the morning, very beautiful.”


A short walk in the mornings and onto dive boats moored in the marina and close by………Aqua TCI is right on our docks.

“Our villa was large, airy and well appointed. Two of us are divers and had about a 2 minute walk to the dive boat. Marta and Barry are wonderful hosts and provided us with great tips about the island. We will return!”

Aqua TCI is moored on our docks and will show you our spectacular underwater reef life………..the clarity is unbelievable.

Connie ( a six time returning guest) writes”Through snorkeling and diving we saw over 60 varieties of fish and a number of larger sights such as reef sharks, nurse sharks, barracudas, southern stingrays, eagle rays, manta rays and green turtles. The highlight for us was five flying gunnards that we saw with Flamingo Divers at a site called Coney Island off West Caicos.”


Divers can sit and have breakfast overlooking Flamingo Lake before heading off to the dive sites.

“We loved our villa and our stay. The diving was terrific and the 2 minute walk to the Marina for 8:30 a.m. dives is the way to go!!!”

And, breakfast with a view too.



Let us help you arrange your dream island wedding. Rent all our villas for your own exclusive use.

“My new husband and I, along with 17 of our family and friends stayed at Harbour Club Villas for a week. We got married on a beach in Provo (that Marta showed us) and had our reception at the villas. You will not find a nicer place to stay or have better hosts then Marta and Barry. The villas are very roomy, comfortable and clean. Your bed is made everyday and you get fresh towels. There are beach towels and beach chairs as well. Marta and Barry make you feel that they want to do whatever they can to make your stay the best it can be. We had our wedding reception there…we hired a caterer, decorated the bbq/eating area, had music and danced..it was the perfect setup. They did so much to help us with our wedding.”



Trip Advisor welcomes Harbour Club Villas to its’ Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame. This unique accolade is granted only to those businesses that have won the Certificate of Excellence for five years in a row.

A big thank you to all our visitors and guests who took time out to send in their reviews.

Marta and Barry





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Under the Dock at Harbour Club


Anemones growing under the floating docks at Harbour Club’s Marina

A beautiful late afternoon spent lying on the docks taking photos of the marine life and world under our marina docks at Harbour Club Villas. Our guests had wandered down every evening of their stay and were coming back to tell me of all the sightings. I just had to see for myself.


Lying on the docks taking photos of the pale anemones with my reflection in the water.


Many pretty squirrel fish were darting around under the docks


The common blue crab was feeding on growths covering sturdy ropes laying in the water.


The beautiful neon yellows of the juvenile schoolmaster snapper.


Here’s some grunts, foureye butterfly fish and schoolmaster snapper.


Squirrel fish and schoolmaster snapper captured together


Love this photo of a little squirrel fish


Sea Anemone in pretty pink


Pretty but not sure what this is??


A fairly large barracuda kept prowling past.


Excitement when a guest spotted this octopus……..thanks Bryan for the photo.


Red-banded fanworm swaying with the currents.


Octopus trying to hide from Mike’s camera……what a beauty and changing colours.


An upside-down jellyfish.

I’m really amazed at all the marine life found down at the docks. Our guests at Harbour Club Villas love to wander down there in the evenings to discover all sorts of creatures, many birds, even sighting turtles and a four foot reef shark a few weeks ago.




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Evening Stroll at Harbour Club Villas


Zenaida Dove perches on the back stone wall by the pool area at Harbour Club Villas

A beautiful, still and calm evening for a stroll around Harbour Club’s grounds and down to the Marina. An over abundance of opportunities as I wander around taking photos of the flowering plants, animals and sunset views. Here’s a selection and I hope you enjoy seeing them.


The pool at Harbour Club Villas in the late afternoon. Look at the flowering desert rose.


A perfect bridal bouquet of orange island honeysuckle favoured by the hummingbirds.


Pesky woodpecker that’s drilling holes in our coconut palms…….he’s a yellow bellied sapsucker.



Cankyberry, a species of nightshade found on our islands with its sharp prickles.


This little anole lizard was perched high on my frangipani licking I don’t know what off the budding flowers.


A bright yellow spiny orb weaver. Quite pretty really even though I don’t really like spiders.


Neighbours out for an evening sail coming in to the Marina at dusk.


This little anole was curious and posed for the camera.


The sunset glow of golden colours is so amazing looking towards Five Cays from Harbour Club Villas and Marina


Aqua TCI divers boat gently rides out the evening in the Marina, ready and waiting for another great dive day in the waters of Provo.

All this in a casual evening stroll around Harbour Club Villas and Marina. Love the peaceful quiet as the sun sets over our islands.





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Provo Beach Tour


Taylor Bay with its shallow , clear waters and a delight of every child.


Babalua beach, a lesser know piece of gorgeous beach just made for Harbour Club Villas guests.


Just across the channel coming into Harbour Club’s Marina are the little Cooper Jack Beaches that are just perfect to while away an afternoon


Stunning Leeward beach……don’t forget your camera as the colours here are always amazing.


Kite boarders and horseback riding on Long Bay beach……….great to watch them.


Malcolm Roads beach with its lovely beach but it takes a little bit of a walk.


Sapodilla Bay beach on a lazy afternoon just floating away all your cares.


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I Love Salt Cay


Morning sunrise over the salt pans on our first day.

Excitement and anticipation on a return weekend trip to Salt Cay. Up early and out the door to catch the sunrise and not wanting to waste a minute of the day. How I love the peaceful tranquility at that time of day.


The Turks & Caicos heather, Limonium bahamense was blooming this time and I took lots of photos of this pretty plant.

The Turks and Caicos Island heather, thrives in the saline conditions of the salt flats. It is found growing along the retaining walls of Salt Cay’s salt ponds. It is now the islands’ national flower.


Came across a Snowy Egret dancing in the salt ponds looking for food and managed to catch a great photo with reflections.


My favourite little lane with charming rock walls runs right past Mt Pleasant guest house where we stayed.


Through the wood louvers of the White House looking towards Dunscombe Point.

No trip to Salt Cay is complete without seeing the White House and this trip was very special. We met owner Ian Dunn who took time out to show us through this splendid old mansion complete with stories of his ancestors. I’m definitely going to do a separate blog on this magnificent building that’s part of Salt Cay’s history.


There’s nothing better than having lunch with this view………the gazebo at the Brown House.

The Brown House was built in 1860, fully restored and is now a beautiful waterfront residence for holidaying visitors to Salt Cay. Thanks to Candy Herwin for an island lunch with friends and of course a chance to take more photos of this heritage house.


Mount Pleasant guest cottage where we stayed with a roof top wooden walkway to the balcony of the main house. Love the blue shutters.

We were fortunate to be able to stay in the fully renovated guest cottage at Mount Pleasant with hosts Jo and George Oates. Salt Cay accommodation with character …… simply perfect for our all too short vacation getaway.


The north shore beach looking towards Grand Turk……….if you look closely, you can see a cruise ship.


Ruins of the Windmills Plantation…..love to take photos here.


Zoomed in shot of Grand Turk and cruise ship.


Beautiful stretch of beach but a bit too rough for swimming.


An old salt rakers cottage.


A visit to Porter’s Island Thyme is a must for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The chicken breast stuffed with bacon, baby spinach and mozzarella cheese was absolutely delicious with home made ice cream to follow.


Early Sunday morning and my little friends were heading to gran’s house. They were going to help bake cookies they told me!


Love this red shuttered house next to the church.


Foot prints in the sand just up from Debbie’s Coral Reef Bar and Grill restaurant.


Great place for sunsets, drinks and a bite to eat.


Looking towards Dean’s Dock…….it was pretty rough out there.


Sheedy’s cannon up on the bluff was a lovely walk early on Sunday morning.


Falling in love with a donkey that looked ready to have a baby at any time.


Pirate’s Hideaway……..another great place to stay in Salt Cay.


Loving the colours…….turquoise dwelling with donkey.


Newly repaired roof of the Bermudian kitchen at Government House.


Inside the old Bermudian kitchen with some lovely old antiques.

Inside the Bermudian Kitchen a lot of work has been done since I was last here taking photos. Old antique artifacts and utensils from Salt Cay have been found and or donated. Candy Herwin writes  “…..like Jose Jones old handmade carpenters saw and box of tools…one of the ladies old singer machines with Ms. Mellys measuring tape …remember the old cloth ones….decade old cooking pots from Mary Robinson kitchen….ancient locks and one of my favorites an old steam iron in a homemade stand…Later Ms. Rosie Glinton said it was used for placing on top of frying fish to stop them curling…Well I never.”



Malaika and sea glass gathering.


Salt Cay is a treasure trove of sea glass lying on the beaches.


Excitement in the form of water delivery on Salt Cay.


Our last day and bright sunshine and slightly calmer seas


Boats and dive boats with the sea wall.


Walking, bicycles and golf buggies are the main modes of transportation.


Our last morning and YES…………we saw the humpback whales. What a magnificent sight.

Our last morning and a snap decision made literally in 5 minutes. The seas had died down a bit and we thought we just had to go. Salt Cay Divers and a 100% success rate so far this season. We went for it and WOW, we were so glad we did. Tough with the boat rockin’ and rollin’ to take photos but all worth it as I managed to get two reasonable “tail” shots.


Leaving Salt Cay and flying over Grand Turk with a cruise ship docked.

And so, another wonderful few days away from the hustle and bustle of Provo. Salt Cay is a treasure of an island full of history, relaxation, love the donkeys wandering along the salt ponds and streets, the stacked rock old walls, the north beach in all its splendor and the many historic buildings.

I can’t wait to come back again and again.



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South West Harbour Bluff


Glorious wild sea island cotton along one stretch of the road to South West Bluff and Osprey Rock

A hot sunny day and a trip out to South West Harbour Bluff with visiting friends and some guests staying at Harbour Club Villas. On the road out, we came across some sea island cotton growing wild alongside the road. The cotton had popped and was waving in the wind. We spotted some flowers too…………yellow and delicate.


A beautiful cotton flower amongst all the white cotton pods


On top of the bluff looking towards Bonefish Point

Some of us waded through the water to the cave and climbed up the ladder and out onto the bluff. What a view. Others stayed on the beach enjoying a cold beer.


Perfect day for a cold beer and looking out over the ocean.


Inscriptions from shipwrecked sailors are found on top of the bluff.


Osprey nest with two young is perched on top of Osprey Rock


Chitons attached to the rocks are impossible to pry off


View after climbing up the ladder at Pirates Cave and out on top of the bluff.


Sweet little hummingbird nestlings overlooking the beach.


The mama bird kept buzzing us and we found this nest in the overhanging bush.

Lovely day, wonderful company and so many sights to see. One of the most beautiful parts of Provo that is great for taking photos and walking along the beach out to Bonefish Point.





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