Like almost every corner of the globe, Coral Bay folks are sheltering in place and trying to stay sane. Longtime St. John residents know how to pass good time using only what they have,

Islanders are familiar with the isolated life. The tacit expectation that the electricity will go out or the car won’t start is a fundamental part of the paradise paradigm. Here’s what you can do the next time your resources are limited!st. john gardenGarden

Time passing slowly is an opportunity to watch things grow.

st. john artMake Art
St. John is an incredibly beautiful place, inspiring artists with different abilities and mediums to create and beautify our world.

virtual happy ho urCommune Virtually

Sew, share and be merry.

bake st. johnBake
Nothing beats the joyous aroma of fresh baked goods.humpback whaleLook for Life

See the wildlife Mother Nature has been working with.

st. john exercise yogaGet Connected
We like to binge Netflix just like the next person.st. john tradeTrade Fairly

The barter economy is alive and well on St. John.st. john communityBust a Move
From walks to webcam yoga, there are many island ways to break a sweat.


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