Summer 2008

  • Salt June 1, 2008 An essay on the most valuable commodity in human history. By Bill Keegan and Betsy Carlson “Guinea John . . . made his way to the East Coast, mounted the cliff at Manzanilla , put two corn cobs under his armpits and flew away to Africa, taking with him the mysteries of levitation and flight . . . He ... Read more about this post
  • In Search of the Snapper June 1, 2008 A tasty tale of the savory snapper. By Laura Adzich-Brander Sitting down to coffee with a local fisherman, I innocently asked, “Is there a chance of going snapper fishing this week?” With a twinkle in his eye, the reply came back, “Just what snapper are we talkin’ about? There’s Red Snapper, Gray Snapper, Black Snapper, Mutton Snapper ... Read more about this post
  • Yearning for Freedom June 1, 2008 The Legacy of Mary Prince By Margot MacFadyen Oh the horrors of slavery! How the thought of it pains my heart! But the truth ought to be told of it; and what my eyes have seen I think it is my duty to relate; for few people in England know what slavery is. I have been a slave – ... Read more about this post
  • Masters of Disguise June 1, 2008 These fish have perfected the game of aquatic hide-and-go-seek. Story By Suzanne Gerber ~ Photos By Barbara Shively We get the English word camouflage from the  French camoufler (to disguise), which likely derived from camouflet, meaning “a puff of smoke” or “smoke blown in someone’s face as a practical joke.” But to fish, who exist in an ... Read more about this post
  • Painting With A Master June 1, 2008 Caffiero Painting brings a new level of professionalism to the Islands By Kathy Borsuk ~ Photos By Christine Morden, Provo Pictures Michelangelo is considered a virtuoso for his paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel; Michael Caffiero and his crew at Caffiero Painting Co. TCI are virtuosos in painting not only ceilings    . . . but ... Read more about this post
  • Which Doctor June 1, 2008 Volunteer vets help TCI creatures great and small. By Katya Brightwell Thousands of residents of the Turks & Caicos Islands, past and present, have passed through the doors of a modest ground floor office at the end of a narrow driveway in a residential area of Turtle Cove, Providenciales. Most have four legs, some have two, and ... Read more about this post
  • The Crustacean Invasion June 1, 2008 Great Blue land crabs are a tasty terror! Story & Photos By B. Naqqi Manco, Sr. Conservation Officer, Turks & Caicos National Trust They come every year. The spring rains awaken them and the Islands are subject to the onslaught of a creepy crustacean invasion. Most welcome these creatures, but I’m still working on feeling anything but ... Read more about this post
  • Taking The High Ground June 1, 2008 Historic Ft. St. George Cay is a rich slice of TCI History. Story & Photos  By  Dr. Donald H. Keith, Trustee Turks & Caicos National Museum and President, Ships of Discovery June 12, 1998.  “Some people say there’s five and some say six.” Jack McWilliams yells to Jon Moore and me as we drop over the side ... Read more about this post

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Photographer Marta Morton took a much-anticipated trip to Salt Cay in early April, where, among some 5,000 pictures, she captured this intriguing shot of the island’s iconic donkeys. You will find more of Marta’s beautiful photography throughout this issue and at http://www.harbourclubvillas.com

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