Belleair Beach Club
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... The men wore jeans, western shirts and cowboy boots. So did the ladies. And they ate a lot of bbq meat. And drank a lot of beer. There's a theme here...because it seems to be a 'thing' I'm going to see more off...chilli cook-offs, ribfests, pig jigs...not really the place for me, the veggie, to eat. There's always beer. And monster truck spotting. I can find stuff to look at that doesn't include blackened dead animal... I felt, to start with, a little out of ...
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... originally settled Dunedin in the nineteenth century. Two Scotsmen, J.O. Douglas and James Sumerville, named the settlement Dunedin, the original name of Edinburgh, their hometown in Scotland. Sister city to Stirling, Scotland, Dunedin has maintained and embraced its Scottish roots. Once a year, Scottish clans descend upon the city for the Dunedin Highland Games. Both Dunedin High School and Dunedin Highland ...
... torture of the pond and wondered what happened when they were too large to remain as a guest at this roadside attraction. I was later informed they would leave the golf course when they reached adult stature and would be transported to another attraction called Jungle Gardens. This made me feel only a little better now that I knew they would never experience a gators natural habitat and have to re-acclimate to a culture where they were not bred.
We loved Dunedin Carefree RV Resort where we stayed a week. Our spot was on a lovely little road called Sandpiper and mostly established campers in mobile homes and fifth wheels lived there. On the first afternoon we rushed off to the swimming pool as we heard the weather was changing. We met some lovely people including Bill the optician, who kept us laughing the rest if ...