Travel Blogs from Stuart, United States

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Before I take off, Stuart, United States travel blog

Before I take off

A travel blog entry by megan_elizabeth

50 days in Europe with 2 pairs of shoes, a backpack and a budget. Hola, I just graduated from College and I'm about to take off,or perhaps when your reading this I've already begun, a 50 day backpacking trip through Europe. Everyone has been ...

Friends, Stuart, United States travel blog

Friends

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... Point.... to get the details.  I recommend both these houses as good ideas for for excellent locations in Stuart, Florida.  We shared and ate and enjoyed each other's company before falling asleep in our house in their ...

THANKSGIVING, Stuart, United States travel blog

THANKSGIVING

A travel blog entry by jodieandandy

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... a Thanksgiving feast. Teddy and Richard share an adorable cottage in a quiet neighborhood filled with citrus trees and flowers in Stuart, Florida. A short walk on their road brings you to one of the two rivers that roll through this picturesque ...

The joys of boating.  Or, Damn the hawkey depth., Stuart, United States travel blog

The joys of boating. Or, Damn the hawkey depth.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors

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... soak up a bit more sun.  Its not strong sun here.  Winter i spose. Though in comparison to Scotlands winter sun i guess its pretty strong. �� hopefully heading off tomorow.  Will post a blog before we leave the states. cheers. ...

on the east coast, STUART, United States travel blog

on the east coast

A travel blog entry by mainship

... made my way to the Galley to prepare a delicious lunch.It was a long journey the last two days and was a welcome sight when Stuart came into view.We heard from other boaters about a great mooring facility on the west side of US 1 we radioed and got ...

Day 92: Wiley to Stuart Hollows Brook, Stuart Hollows Brook, United States travel blog

Day 92: Wiley to Stuart Hollows Brook

A travel blog entry by robconr

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Hallo! Before I blab on about today, I forgot to mention something about yesterday! So while passing by nuclear lake (it was once a nuclear storage facility, but since given clean bill of health) I hear someone yell, "hey are you a thru-hiker?" when I ...

Vero Beach to Stuart, Stuart, United States travel blog

Vero Beach to Stuart

A travel blog entry by roy.eaton

... which is set up to give free pumpouts to moored boats so you dont even have to go in to the dock. Downtown Stuart has also received a facelift. The revitalization of the city core has transformed abandoned city blocks with gift shops, art galleries and ...

Stuart for two days AS PLANNED!!, Stuart, United States travel blog

Stuart for two days AS PLANNED!!

A travel blog entry by inspiration38

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Shocking. We actually stuck to a plan! ;) We left Indiantown, heading eastbound in the Okeechobee Waterway back to Stuart. We backtracked through one lock, and under our lowest bridge to date. It is 54 feet – our mast height is around 51, but we say ...

Goodbye, Farewell,......it's time to say goodbye.., Stuart, United States travel blog

Goodbye, Farewell,......it's time to say goodbye..

A travel blog entry by golf

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We are sad....Yesterday we dropped Nancy off in Stuart.....where she met Neal...and is set to go on the next leg of her journey  .......   without us...boo ...

Preparing for the survey., Stuart, United States travel blog

Preparing for the survey.

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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I arrived in Stuart, FL and was immediately put to work. My main job was to prepare two large shipping containers to be placed on the back deck of the boat for the survey. This is the easiest way to ensure a quick setup when the boat arrives. Check the ...

Down town Stuart Adventures, Stuart, United States travel blog

Down town Stuart Adventures

A travel blog entry by trish_paul

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... simulator. Nov 6 saw us pack up and leave our quiet, idyllic little spot but we were looking forward to getting down to Stuart, especially since we'd have the perfect tour guide....Joe. The highway is dual carriage all the way and a bit bland but Julie ...

Getting ready to move!, Stuart, United States travel blog

Getting ready to move!

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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Hi everyone! Looks like we'll be sailing south this coming week. We plan to anchor in Lake Worth, then head to Fort Lauderdale and then Miami area and then cross to Bimini. Our weather has been awesome. We will keep you up to date with our plans and ...

Provisioning, Stuart, United States travel blog

Provisioning

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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January 31, 2013 - The provisioning has begun. We plan on leaving Stuart for Lake Worth to wait for a weather window sometime in the next week to 10 days. So we'll be in touch soon. Below are some recent pictures. Denny's fish was a 4 foot long Cobia and ...

pictures available from last year, Stuart Fl, United States travel blog

pictures available from last year

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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Enclosed are various photos of our trip during 2008-2009. I am still working on trying to get the log itself published. ...

Back in the US of A, Stuart FL, United States travel blog

Back in the US of A

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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We left Savage at Abaco Yacht Services boat yard in Green Turtle Cay on Wednesday, May 7. While trying to get out of our slip our gear cable broke and we had no forward, reverse or neutral gears. With help from our fellow cruisers and Leonard and Mary, ...

Here's a few more pictures, Stuart FL, United States travel blog

Here's a few more pictures

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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Back in Stuart, Stuart Florida, United States travel blog

Back in Stuart

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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Tuesday, April 12 - We have all caught up on our rest in this beautiful anchorage at Sunset Bay Marina in Stuart. Chad and Julie will leave tomorrow for Indiantown and get "Dibs on This" ready for haul out. Then they will begin their drive to Wisconsin. ...

We're still here!, Stuart, United States travel blog

We're still here!

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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Just a note to let everyone know we are still in Stuart. Unfortunately Mother Nature is not cooperating. Pictures are below. ...

Wedding and Baseball Season Begins, Jupiter and Stuart, United States travel blog

Wedding and Baseball Season Begins

A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio

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Rufio and I headed to South Florida to kick off what would be a record breaking wedding and baseball season for us. With a full day at our disposal before the Sunday nuptials, I introduced Rufio to the Floridian tradition of Spring Training, as his ...

A busy February and March, Stuart FL, United States travel blog

A busy February and March

A travel blog entry by savagetwo

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... and come pick them up by car and go out to lunch. We heard a NOAA special weather statement on the way, advising everyone in Stuart to seek shelter immediately. The storm was almost upon us so we met Dave & Betsy and ran inside the Sailors Return, the ...

Bear Valley, Stuart of Hyder, United States travel blog

Bear Valley

A travel blog entry by gulimero

IOU ...

The long road home........, Stuart, United States travel blog

The long road home........

A travel blog entry by dibsonthis

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... at Kilwins because we have been craving it for days on end. Yum. Sooooo good! We all need some sleep. Sunday Being back in Stuart is almost like coming home because we became so familiar with the area over the 3 months we were here. It’s Sunday so ...

Just Got Here!!!!, Stuart, United States travel blog

Just Got Here!!!!

A travel blog entry by burkhart

We got off our flight from Atlanta, and grabbed our bags. My dad went and got us a 2010 Ford Fusion. Personally I would have liked a convertable. We started the 30 minute drive to the condo. We were about a mile away when we ran over something in the ...

Apr 22, 2010, Stuart, United States travel blog

Apr 22, 2010

A travel blog entry by heidi.brown

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Finally back home, Stuart, United States travel blog

Finally back home

A travel blog entry by dibsonthis

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... have done any of this alone. A special thanks to Denny and Kathy who stuck with us and cheered us on through the dark days in Stuart as we worked and worked on the boat.  Thanks to Steve who joined us for the crossing and got stuck in Lake Worth and ...

1st  Real Day Here, Stuart, United States travel blog

1st Real Day Here

A travel blog entry by burkhart

On our 1st morning here, I was pumped to get in the sun and do some swimming. We had eggs and bacon for breakfast and then decided to hit the pool hardly a walk away from the Condo. We sprayed ourselves with lotion and then hopped into the pool to play ...

Let the countdown begin, Stuart, United States travel blog

Let the countdown begin

A travel blog entry by frost772

Only 7 more days before we leave on our big trip. But wait, I get to work night shift for 4 nights starting Sunday. That's gonna make even more sweet getting out of ...

Sailing!  Yes, in the Ocean!, Stuart Island, San Juan, United States travel blog

Sailing! Yes, in the Ocean!

A travel blog entry by amandalbee

Saturday, August 2nd, 2008 6:21am- Cabin, Log Lodge, Olympic Park, Washington Oops! Back to bed, our clocks were set to the last time zone. 7:20am- Cabin, Log Lodge, Olympic Park, Washington We wake bright and early to arrive at the ...

DAVE'S BIRTHDAY IN STUART, Stuart, United States travel blog

DAVE'S BIRTHDAY IN STUART

A travel blog entry by takinbetz

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... at Publix before returning to the mooring field.  We agreed to meet on shore at 5PM to start celebrating Dave’s birthday. Stuart is a great town loaded with shops and restaurants.  Kathy said she was making a point of eating at every ...

2nd Day Here, Stuart, United States travel blog

2nd Day Here

A travel blog entry by burkhart

On Monday we woke up and drove 15 min. to the beach. It was really windy and kinda cold so we left early. But, we did have a lot of fun playing in the ocean. Brendan and my dad threw sand at each other and we all played in the water. I found some really ...

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