Setting sun over Dandee Banks

Dandee Bank was the wreck site of the barquentine Dandy. The cargo washed ashore on was would later come to be know as Mule Cay, since the Dandys cargo was 45 mules. The animals lived a fairly peaceful existence until of course they eventually died out. The cay later served as a conk fishing outpost. Today, Mule Cay is an out of the way settlement with little tourist appeal. Conk is still fished from the banks near by, and the land that once grazed the four legged survivors of the shipwreck is now extensively farmed.

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