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Sandy Point Sundays

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When you move to St. Croix, you will inevitably hear locals make plans for “Sandy Point Sunday.”  They are referring to Sandy Point Beach on the island’s west end,...

Caribbean Life: Behind the Scenes

Caribbean Life season two debuted New Year’s Day on Home and Garden Television (HGTV).  We were elated to be a part of the show again this season, as the exclusive real estate...

Island Wardrobe Essentials

When you move to St. Croix, one refreshing difference versus living stateside is a simplified wardrobe.  Our daily forecast year-round rarely varies from 88 degrees and sunny with a...

St. Croix Stays Active – Workout Options for Islanders

                    When you live on St. Croix with beautiful weather year-round, it’s easy to stay active and healthy.  The...

How St. Croix Homeowners Prepare for Hurricanes

                      St. Croix homeowners are breathing a sigh of relief today as Hurricane Gonzalo passed us to the north...

Raising Caribbean Kids

                    Imagine a childhood where you get to go outside and play every day, not just during spring and summer.  Where...

Gardening Year-round in the Tropics

If you have a green thumb, St. Croix is the place for you.  Those who enjoy growing plants, flowers, fruits and veggies can do so year-round in the tropical weather.  Plenty of...

Why the Water is Bluer in St. Croix

What do St. Croix residents love most about living in paradise?  The tropical weather and the turquoise water.  While the standard forecast is 88 degrees and sunny with only a ten...

Easter Celebrated Island Wide

The Easter holiday is being celebrated all-around St. Croix as it approaches this Sunday.  Undercover Books & Gifts in Gallows Bay hosted an Easter-themed child’s book reading...

Junior Triathlon Season Opener

The St. Croix Junior Triathlon Season Opener took place the morning of Sunday, March 2 at Cramer’s Park.  Kids ages five to fifteen participated in the event.  Conditions were...