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Is St. John Sargassum Edible?

Lots of seagrass has been washed onto St. John’s shores overnight, so question that naturally pops up on this island where food is notoriously expensive, is it edible? We would…
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Iguana Watching

Iguanas are everywhere on St. John, you just sometimes have to stare at the same space for a while until you actually see them! The species found on St. John…
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Caneel Hill Trail

This is not an easy trail. It is a steep and steady incline, gaining gaining 719 feet of elevation in less than one mile. But the breathtaking view you will…
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The Wave – Susan Casey

Another great book for any boater, surfer or water lover: The Wave: In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks, and Giants of the Ocean A New York Times Notable Book A…
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Coral Bay Christmas Tree Lighting

  The Coral Bay Christmas Tree Lighting and Carole Sing will be Wednesday Dec 17th at the Basketball Court at 6:30pm. AS USUAL, WE COUNT ON CBCC MEMBERS AND THE…
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Reef Bay Trail Hike

The secrets of St. John’s tropical forests, petroglyphs, freshwater pools and sugar mill ruins come alive on the three-mile Reef Bay Trail Hike.  You will also see a 40ft waterfall,…