Turtle Bay is a bustling little village, surrounded by steep brown hills and beaches. A church, pier, a couple of beachfront restaurants and private homes line the water front. Ashore, a couple of red and white cell towers soar overhead. The streets are dirt and dusty but litter-free, and they stretch several blocks inland. There are a number of small shops and bars nestled in between houses, and even a couple of well-stocked supermarkets. Without the Ha-Ha, I’d guess it would be a sleepy village, though everywhere there are late-model cars and trucks that point to some prosperity. The town is home to an impressive concrete baseball stadium (more on that in a minute) and a couple of lovely well-kept parks.