Category: Cat Island

Father Jerome

If you were a child on Cat Island in the early 1950’s, you loved seeing Father Jerome, the aging hermit who always had pockets full of candy for the kids. John Cyril Hawes, Father Jerome, was a British architect who…

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Cat Island

March 25 – April 1. When we came to Cat Island we knew that we would have no westerly protection from the impending front. We figured we could hold on one more time and suffer through it. The day of…

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Passage to Cat Island

We wanted to stay in Conception longer but a day of southerly wind was in the forecast. Conception has little protection from the south so we blew out of there first thing on Saturday, heading to Cat Island northwest of…

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