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After Coral Castle we all drove up to Stuart to meet up with Paul at Pei Wei, the drive was much longer than we anticipated and with traffic it took us about 3 hours to get there. But regardless, it was quite nice to see Paul and meet his girlfriend ...
... we've been waiting out the end of the hurricane season (which officially ends on Nov. 30th).
Indiantown Marina and Boatyard has really surpassed our expectations on a place to be "stuck" during hurricane season. We've met so many fun people here. Indiantown itself is very small, but with it's Mexican and Guatemalan influences, what's not to love?! The food is amazing and even when we eat out, we are essentially getting a true "home cooked" meal!
... a greater understanding of why there are so many conflicts over this country, due to spiritual and political issues that started since the beginning of time and will not end until the end of time. This trip was a great balance of Old Testament time, New Testament time, and current events. I have a deeper appreciation for the Jewish roots of Jesus.
Lastly, but not least, I grew deeply in my relationship with Jesus, my Savior and Lord. Most of ...
David has been busy working on the boat all week long. He starts early and doesn't come home until 5pm. While he is there, the kids and I have been focused on school five days a week. Today we got out of the apartment and went to the Marina City Farmers Market to get a change of environment. We borrowed a friend's car and headed down early so we could get fresh fruit and veggies for the ...
... on Dec. 1 and the long range forecast is for the same right thru Christmas Eve. While motoring in the ICW yesterday, many sailors were on the VHF radio alerting other boaters about all the Manatees that were being spotted heading for warmer waters. We saw one just off our port side breach out of the water for air. We developed outboard engine problems and couldn't use the dingy ...