A Kansas City developer will outline plans for the Pond Bay Club at the Estate Chocolate Hole’s annual meeting March 31.
Developer Dan Lowe, who has been living with his family in the Virgin Islands for several months a year since 2013, will present his idea for the long-stalled Chocolate Hole project, though few details are currently known.
Lowe has a successful track record of taking over bankrupt projects according to the Kansas City Business Journal, and had been looking for a VI project for the last couple of years.
He’s also survived four liver transplants, so DPNR, CMZ and ECHALA won’t be his biggest ever challenges.
“Carmel by the Sea” is a new one-bedroom vacation rental with pool and private garden courtyard overlooking Fish Bay, and it was cooked up by Ted Robinson, one of St. John’s most popular private chefs.
It’s gorgeous. Check out some pictures at the Carmel by the Sea VRBO page here.
A big bonus? Booking possible for your own private chef-prepared breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If you’re new to On-StJohn.com, meet Chef Ted and learn about Ted’s Supper Club, below…
The Polynesian Voyaging Society’s traditional, double-hulled voyaging canoe Hokule’a is making a worldwide voyage that started in Honolulu in 2014, and its next stop is St. John.
Hokule’a, and its companion monohull motor sailor Gershon II, are currently in Natal, Brazil and depart on their voyage to St. John on or about February 10, weather permitting. At 5 knots per hour, Hokule’a expects to make it to St. John by March 1.
They have no GPS, no compass, no cellphone, not even a watch or a toilet. It’s called “wayfinding,” using the sun, moon and stars as their map.
On board is Heidi Kai Guth, born in Hawaii, but raised on St. John, who is now the chief operating officer of the nonprofit Polynesian Voyaging Society.
“Smoke on the Water” is one of the first riffs aspiring guitar players learn, and Deep Purple was among this year’s inductees into the Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame.
So we asked “Skunky Ron” if he’d play us his version of SOTW. For five bucks, most musicians will play whatever you want. Skunky Ron, a former nurse from Arizona who’s playing St. Thomas venues, should definitely be playing on St. John.