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At about 5pm we picked up Mum and then went down to the beach for a swim. However, when we got there we found jellyfish had invaded so we gave it a miss and played soccer on the sand instead. After that Dad & Jeremy went and got ribs and pulled pork from Bombshell BBQ (https://www.facebook.com/Bombshellbarb que). They thought it was delicious. Maddy and I...not so ...
... way, we did pass by one remarkable estate: Mar-A-Lago. Now owned by The Donald, it was built by Marjorie Merriweather Post in the early 1900s. It's quite a piece of architecture and history. What an era that was... pre-tax wealth... thank you to the genius who thought up income tax. (Oh I know, thank goodness for income taxes that netted us all social programs... I know!!!...LOL.) The real name to focus on from the early era in Florida is Henry Flagler. He ...
... questioned how much his beer was and she realised she hadn't taken my first choice off the bill !! We got back to the room about 8.30pm. Andy had then a squit touch cloth and needed a quick dash to the bathroom. Being it had affected us both now, we have put this down to the prawns yesterday, as neither of us had taken the veins out & had both noticed them too late after eating most if them !! We were in our own beds by 9pm, watching TV & updating my ...
2 Sum (to be renamed) is a great boat, in great condition, but she is not outfitted for cruising. What I mean by that is that her systems, tankage and overall fitout require her to return to marinas every 1-2 weeks. We need to get the boat to the point of being self sufficient, allowing her to remain independent from marinas for 3 or 4 months at a time. Getting a vessel to this point ...
Friday, January 27 (Chris' birthday) - We took a trip via dingy to the mall nearby for a few things. Sitting in the cockpit later the winds died completely and into the anchorage motors Bud & Eileen from Winnepeg on Sea Camp. We met them here in Lake Worth last year while we were waiting to cross the gulf stream and we've kept in contact. They left Fort Pierce today running into two squalls on their way.
Saturday, January 28 - Moonride got a slip at Old ...