The sun rose over the Grenadines at 6:10 a.m. At 8:30, we boarded our tenders and landed in Port Elizabeth after a brief ride. The lovely village of Port Elizabeth is the major town on the island. Once we disembarked the tenders, we got on our covered pick-up trucks for our visit to this lovely isle. Bequia was settled first by the Taino and then Carib Indians. Scots were bought over quite early as indentured servants in some considerable numbers in the early 18th century and they have remained. The few surnames, e.g., King, Simmons, and Sweet are evidence of their ancestry. There is also an early residual population of French you can hear in their name of Oliverier. The demographics of Bequia, whose population is about 6,000, is unlike many of the other islands we have visited as it retains a substantial Euro-American population. Like all the islands we have visited, however, the races did eventually mix and there is now a rainbow of racial colors all living harmoniously. Our first stop this morning was the beautiful overlook of Mt.