Index for Album South-Caicos-2007: South Caicos 2007
South Caicos, Turks & Caicos pictures taken May 9-10, 2007. Includes three panoramas. These pictures are just a subset of the island. Because of the flood, I was not able to get up to the Salt Rock Hills.
An aerial view of the South Caicos Airport. Taken May 5th.
An aerial view of the flooded salinas.
Old Salt Warehouse from its good side.
St. George The Martyr Anglican Church. Founded 1795.
A panorama from atop a crane by East Bay. As you can see all the salinas are flooded. You can see telephone poles and no road. This has been a week since the rain and it has gone down some. (See higher level marks along right.) Atop the highest hill is the old commissioner’s house.
A row of old houses with the Anglican Church down the block. [street name?]
The Weslayan Church’s tall spire. The guidebook uses it as a geographic center of the historic district.
The old commissioner’s house atop Tucker’s Hill in the distance.
The old commissioner’s house atop Tucker’s Hill coming up the drive.
A panorama of the flooded salinas from the old commissioner’s house. The yellow crane I was standing on is off to the far right. To the left of this picture is the town, which the sun was directly over.
From the old commissioner’s house. Looking towards [??]
An old house. [street name?]
A view of [?] in the northwest
A morning panorama from the old commissioner’s house looking over the town of Cockburn Harbour. This taken at 8:30 when the sun was favorable.
A house I passed as I was bicycling to the airport. For some reason these 16-17 animals like this house. I guess being unoccupied helps.
The airport. A new one is being built to the right of this picture.
The Beechcraft 1900
that came to get us. It does not have much cargo space. My bike, and some of the SCUBA gear for the group in front of me, were sent on a later plane.
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