I think David enjoyed his stay last week. While he was exploring the island, the team finished forming the "vault" for the custom spa. The spa is 100% stainless steel and will be 10' long and 6' wide. The spa will compliment the view perfectly, and it's conveniently located near the pool complex but is also a bit private.I also realized that last week's blog didn't really have any shots of the bedrooms. Here's a view to the closet area, which contains a custom, cedar closet system. We're also sorting through some of the art work, and contemplating an accent color for the headboard wall to make the art "pop". It could also make the room seem smaller, so were putting it on the back burner for now. And, no, that is not the comforter. It is a moving blanket to protect the mattress which is extremely comfortable. Custom curtains from the Shade Store, soon come.Loving this coffee table though. Note the bamboo legs. There will be an area rug as well but love, love the floor tile. and the view... Nice sunning deck with the ultimate vista- we removed the cushions since nobody will need them at present. Hughes Gen5 Internet and Dish HD programming. With 242 solar panels, 16 Telsla PowerWalls and 55" 4K Smart TV's, we'll always be connected. We have a massive passion fruit vine growing in our garden. It started overtaking our hammock and picnic area. If we get the kind of production I'm hoping for, it will be worth the temporary trade off. Today was also the Chili Cook-Off in Coral Bay. My personal favorite was the roasted duck chili from Ocean 362 with jalapeno corn bread and creme fresche. I don't even like duck! Great music and not too crowded. As Cameron was born in Texas, her cowgirl boots rocked the place. She's also fun to have breakfast with all decked out in her nautical ware. Have a great week everyone!