Tuesday, May 11, 2010

That's a Wrap!

While we were in the midst of our epic journey in The Bahamas, it certainly seemed like it would never end... and I was more or less ok with that feeling. I was sick much of the trip and didn't get a whole lot of sleep, but you won't ever hear me complaining about assignments on tropical islands. It's just too good to be true, even if we worked 10-12+ hours every day for two weeks straight.
The Lone Tree on Harbour Island
The world's largest coconut at VicHum's on Harbour Island... and some other nuts
Preacher's Cave on Eleuthera
Not only were we Field Producer & Executive Producer respectively, we were also the model "honeymoon couple" in all the footage. So expect to see a lot of us walking around and pointing at stuff happily!
A place of my own on Bimini
On our teeny little charter plane
The view from the historic lighthouse in Hopetown, Abaco
Last crew dinner at EAST on Grand Bahama Island
All in a day's work, seriously
After 14 days, 44 interviews and 24 hours of footage, I was more than happy to say "That's a wrap!" while toasting my two intrepid crew members from a beachside conch shack on Grand Bahama Island.

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