Sabal Palm House Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tony and I spent an evening sipping beer as he educated me on the finer points of american football. Im still a little fuzzy on some of the rules. Could be we were a bit, well, actualy we were pretty plastered by the time we left. Didnt even watch the end of the game. It takes hours for a game.
Caught up with the boat Pinball wizard in lake worth. We met Nigel in Indiantown. He is heading the same way as us just at a slower pace.
... most evenings after dinner watching movies in our cabin. The cabin, on the other hand, was very well equipped, and we enjoyed sitting on the overly large balcony watching the blue Caribbean sea flow past us. The ship casino provided some entertainment with slot and black jack tournaments, and we enjoyed dressing up for dinner and the fantastic meals in the dining room.
We spend many wonderful and active days in each port. When we reached Grand Turk, ...
From Stuart to Lake Worth we spent the first part of the day rather excited about moving south, but after the first hours of sunshine, and good timing on the first few bridges, it started to rain, and then we had to wait for a bunch of bridges. It became a tedious day.
Then there was the one bridge where we were circling for almost half an hour with Simunye. As the bridge final began to open, Simunye didn't follow suit. We kept watching as we ...
... KFXE ought to limit or prohibit students doing laps in the pattern or practicing instrument approaches. I don't know how that would work, but quieter airports are better suited for training than a busy one like KFXE.
Rather than fly the plane back across the country this week, I had decided in Montego Bay that I simply had too much to do right away at home to spend the 2 or 3 days it would take to fly the plane home. Consequently, I decided to park the plane ...
... and started ******** yellow when we hooked a Blue Marlin in the 250 lb class. Eager to boat the fish as soon as possible, much too soon in my “inexperienced” opinion, but it was his boat so I obliged him.
I took pleasure in this thought because I knew a “green fish” like this could cause damage to the cluttered mess I was provided to work around. Instead the thrashing Marlin breaks my thumb as it crashes into the underside of the gunnel, while ...