Morning at Gillam Bay, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas.
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For the rest of 2016, in honour of the Albert Lowe Museum which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, Monday’s daily photo will be a historic image related to Green Turtle Cay or Abaco. We’ll call it Museum Monday.
This undated image shows the western end of the Settlement Creek shore in New Plymouth. For reference, the two-story, three-dormer structure at the top left of the photo is the building which now houses Native Creations, as seen from the back.
Pink hibiscus, Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, Bahamas.
Local girls plait the Maypole at the Island Roots Heritage Festival, Green Turtle Cay, Bahamas.
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Royal Bahamas Police Band marches through the streets of Green Turtle Cay at the first Island Roots Heritage Festival – November 1977. (Photo credit: Albert Lowe Museum.)
Thursday is by far the busiest day of the week on Green Turtle Cay. Not only is it the one day the bank opens (for four whole hours!), but representatives from the electric and telephone companies (sometimes) arrive on the island to enable locals to pay bills and conduct business.
And the mailboat comes.