Old Colorado Inn
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... Jamie, had we a television crew follow us around, people would watch and think, this is such a set up. No way that would happen....well it does! So we go straight to a petrol station, I jump out the van looking at my wallet, close my door, then hear Jamie pushing the door lock button, by the time I had shouted he had shut the door, I had left the keys in the ignition. So that's us, now standing at the pump, locked out our own camper van. ...
After a long day of driving yesterday, I was happy to sleep in a comfortable bed at my Grandma's house. I have been here before, but this was the first time I found myself without the rest of my family and was looking forward to taking it easy. The only thing I've always wanted to do, but never had a chance, was visit Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center. I set out about 11:00, stopped for a quick bite at a sub shop that ...
... and headed to my car. Because I had slept in, I was hungry and debated grabbing some fast food on the way up to Vero Beach, my next destination. Instead, I checked out Yelp and found a small cafe down the street that supposedly served great sandwiches. They did not dissapoint! I had the ahi sandwich, and it was not only the best meal I had in Key West, but also one of the best sandwiches I've ever had! Again, a happy result ...
After 3 weeks and 2 days of cleaning, removing mildew & mold, Den painted the bottom and washed and waxed the hull, he sanded all teak boards in the cockpit and I varnished them with 9 coats. The dingy was washed and hung on the davits and we splashed on Tuesday, Nov. 27th and left Indiantown on Thursday, Nov 29th and are now at Loggerhead Marina where we'll stay until we leave for the Abacos after the 1st of the year. We ...
... leave here at 3 pm and sail non-stop and arrive at the St. Lucie inlet near Stuart at 9 a.m. We asked before we left if anyone had an updated Chris Parker forecast but no one did. One sailor did have a current NOAA marine forecast for the stream, which was SE-5-10 with 2-3' seas through Saturday and then increasing. So we left at 3 pm and motor sailed all afternoon and at 11:30 pm we were off the Bahama Banks and in the Gulf Stream and the weather was not what ...