Sport: Last Swim

Nassau, capital of the Bahamas, is a hard place to leave. Winter visitors "miss the boat" (back to the U. S.) surprisingly often. Nassau is warm. Nassau is wet. The sun, striking through Nassau's clear ocean shallows to coral bottom, paints them a variety of shore-sea greens and blues to which not even a penny postcard can do justice. When the Munson liner Munargo anchors outside the bar-guarded harbor and the stubby tender puts out from town with homegoers, people on shore feel sorry for people on the tender. People on the tender...

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