Ruby Inn by the Sea
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Beautiful park ! Many places to fish.
Not dog friendly.
Half campsites were on the beach and half on the river.
Riverside has one bathhouse / Air conditioned but not close to all the sites.
Large sites overall.
Rained the first day, flooded 95% of the riverside sites, ours (#54) was the worst with at least 4" of standing water.
No vacant dry spots. Refund issued returned home.
Will try again during dry season. (maybe)
Had a great time. Love cooking on the gas stove ! Had a blast.
Dogs had a blast and were super tired at the end of each day.
Park was adequate. Sites are small and many spiders. Bathrooms are not walking distance. Better sites on first loop on left side as entering park.
... my ********** the waitress gave me the menu from an an obvious pile on the next table and kept coming back to give me coffee. I had a bagel and toast but regretted that decision when 1) it came with grape jam and 2) everyone else was ordering some pretty good looking sandwiches. After finishing food I decided it was already too hot for my jacket (sorry to rub it in!) and continued my walk along the road, eventually finding a 'sidewalk' to walk ...
... all had a great time and headed back over to her house. What an absolutely beautiful home she has, right on the inter-coastal water way.
Lee and Leah have two very precious boys, Colin and Alden. They love to surf, fish and play lacrosse. Murphy, their dog is so loving. He loves carrying rocks in his mouth and dropping them in the pool. Then he gives ...
... succumb to the rising seas. I believe that. Yet I understand why people live on the coast. We humans always have. Part of it is survival. Bodies of water provide food. The ocean was also a source of salt. It's more than that, I think. An ocean is devastatingly powerful. Weather forecasting was very imprecise, and while civilizations were able to predict the weather with surprising accuracy, they couldn't explain it. Yet they still lived on the sea, still took their ...