Though I look forward to every new issue of Abaco Life magazine, I was especially happy to receive the Summer/Fall 2014 issue, since it includes a piece I wrote about Green Turtle Cay’s surprisingly rich cultural history. (Did you know that prior to the 1932 hurricane, the island had a dance hall, a theater and a full orchestra?!)
Tom and I have subscribed to Abaco Life for years. It’s a great way to find out what’s going on in Abaco while we’re there — and to keep up with events when we’re not. Each issue features a beautiful painting by my cousin, Alton Lowe, on the cover. Inside, there are gorgeous photos and an interesting mix of articles about Abaco’s history, happenings and people.
Abaco Life is sold throughout Abaco and the cays. In Green Turtle Cay, you’ll find it on the ferries, at grocery and gift shops and at the Albert Lowe Museum. To subscribe, visit the magazine’s website.