Villa Nina Island Inn
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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 ...
... Oh, and he's dealing with a bunch of school stuff... I'm drinking iced coffee and eating fruit. The fruit down here is delicious. We are planning to ride A1A north and see where it takes us and see whatever we see and stop whenever we ...
... of the fields and the possibility to watch professional baseball, it’s hard to ask for a better place to play baseball. Play Ball!!
I saw the Atlantic Ocean yesterday. The weather was too cold to swim, but I took a few pictures. There were a lot of waves on the ocean this day.
It’s time to take the bus to go at Titusville. My contact will pick me up there. After that, I will go to her farm to be ready to work on Friday. A new adventure will ...
... So, they are staying put for a while. Its been a rather frustrating week. My computer was acting up so I called Toshiba telephone support. The short story is that I was on the telephone for over 10 hours on sat and Sunday with no resolution to my problem. Three quarters of that time I was on hold. Wait time to talk to a tech was anywhere from 45 to 90 minutes. I talked to five different techs and 2 supervisors. Once i got a tech i had to ...
... Pete made some delicious bean burritos for lunch, and we're told we have some "spicy house fried rice" coming up this evening for dinner (read SPAM fried rice). It'll be a nice hot meal before crawling into bed tonight. We are hoping to get close enough to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow to just have a short day on Thursday - then it will be running around, getting ourselves ready to cross over the Gulf Stream as soon as the weather permits