Friday, January 9, 2009

Pete's Pub

Here's a fond memory: my daughter and I riding a golf cart to get to a ferry, then a long walk to rent an old Mercedes to drive to beautiful Winding Bay, and afterward to the renowned sandwich outpost known as Pete's Pub. Most people get there by boat; we had to use various other means. My alternate name for this painting is "Low Overhead." It's a ramshackle structure rising out of white sand, with a ceiling of hanging T-shirts and delicious food. We never had anything but delicious food in the Abacos...still thinking about that coconut pie on Elbow Cay.