Bulow RV Resort
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Moved here so Greg and his Cousin Dennis can use it as a base for the Daytona races. Only 30 amp power, so not a great park, but still not bad, and only 20 minutes north of Daytona.
... it, but I don’t think today we are going to be so lucky.
Tonight my niece Lisa and her daughter Ally came by for a visit so they could meet Harley and see the motor home, too. We will find a place locally to eat dinner. We decided to walk Harley first and Ally quickly offered to go with me. On with the collar and leash and off we went for a tour of the RV park. She really is a sweet, beautiful girl and we wish her the best ...
... but before too long it felt great. The water was about 70 degrees, a temperature the Pacific Ocean will never see, even in the middle of summer.
The waves here were on the small side, likely because the water is shallow and the beach slopes very gently, not allowing large waves to build. I would guess it was close to 100 yards off shore before it started to get very deep. The water looked a bit brownish out to about this distance ...
... getting on your hands and knees.
We continued around the inside of the track until we reached the start/finish line where we stopped to get out. Here, the track is banked 18 degrees. Although it doesn’t look like much, when we got out to walk up the track, it was very difficult to do. You don’t get the sensation on TV, that’s for sure. For the most part, the track looks flat, except for the two major turns. In fact, none of ...
... stopped to visit w/ our dear friends Karen & Peter..
Camp Serrao was was so enjoyable that we ended up spending the entire day ...