Barb’s sister Audrey came to visit for two weeks in early April. Rather than withdraw with her from our social circle, we simply included her in our activities. We think that worked well since she enjoyed our friends and they enjoyed her. She dove with us some, and she joined us at the Health Club for our morning exercise. She was with us on our long post-exercise walks and especially for the hike up to the top of Seru Grandi. We had burgers on Wednesday nights and arepas on Friday nights and had lion fish pizza at Pasa Bon. We had ribs at Bobbejaan’s and splurged one night at the Mona Lisa restaurant. And she was there for the dinghy float we organized for one afternoon/evening. Some fourteen dinghies gathered behind Tusen Takk II. Everyone had their own drinks, and nibblies to pass around and share. After we had all gathered and gotten acquainted for a bit, we let loose from TT2 and the assemblage drifted off toward Klein Bonaire. There was a fairly good breeze, but the distance is considerable. By the time we approached the shore of Klein, it was getting dark and time to break up. Great fun and good company. Which is also a fitting description of Audrey’s visit.