If you listen those with old fashioned English accents, like a Scotsman I know, the word Caulker and Corker pronounce exactly the same.
Some old maps spell It Key also ,which is how the words Caye and Cay were pronounced in Old Spanish.
Starting to make sense?
The spelling Caye Caulker was made official about thirty years ago when they opened the first Post Office on CC. It struck many of us as a foolish choice since only insiders can pronounce it correctly. The sensible choice would have Key Cocker which was also in use at that time.
Last edited by Dane; 07/03/13 01:47 PM.