Indian Harbour Beach Club
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... coast from Ft. Lauderdale to join us for the weekend. It was a real treat to have them aboard in this area where John and Tom's folks had lived for several years in the 80s and 90s. We reminisced about the good times we had with them here and visited some of our old haunts while Tom and Molly were with us.
Over the weekend, we moved the boat from Cocoa Village Marina to Ocean Club Marina near Port Canaveral. We are currently ...
... we walked to the nearby beach to relax on the sand.
The beach here is not pretty. There’s piles of seaweed everywhere. I’m not impressed. But the warm weather and plentiful sunshine was nice. We dipped our feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The temperature wasn’t too chilly – warmer than I would have thought. I did some blogging on the beach while Mike read.
We left the beach at 4:25 and walked to Walgreens, then to ...
... to the British invasion of Washington DC during the War of 1812. Construction was not finished until 1849. The
Confederates then thought of the fort as an impenetrable fortress to protect
Savannah during the Civil War. It took only two days of bombardment by Union artillery for the walls to be breached and for the commanding officer to surrender the fort. It remained in Union hands through the end of the war. ...
... folding - designing dogs, dinosaurs and elephants. I finally discovered my sporting talent - table tennis, newly declared the family champ, maybe not quite, but I did beat Cameron!
The final day we cruised back to Florida. More food, mini golf, water slides, dance classes, duty free shopping, reading, kids club and more food.
Quote from Cameron: ' did you see that guy, he just poured sugar into his can of coke!'
Disney World, here we come!
Not sure where we were when the Endeavor shuttle was originally suppose to launch but we were far enough that we wouldn't be able to see history in the making firsthand. We were closer when they aborted the 2nd planned launch. Then when we knew we could make it for the 3rd attempt, we bee lined it for Cape Canaveral.
When we got in the area, we didn't have much of a plan. (We are getting more and more relaxed where planning is concerned. Planning a vacation for ...