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Like the iconic Canadian common Loon, we are feeling the desire to wing it home next week without much sadness. Despite our great winter escape, we are actually looking forward to touching base in Niagara for a few days while we put the finishing touches in place for the trip to Chile. Thanks to my former colleague Paul, we have some good travel ideas to pursue there. Also thanks to our soon to be hosts Marilyn and John ...
The front nine of this Gene Bates designed, par 72 championship course flows through heavily wooded terrain, rich in stands of natural pine.
The back nine meanders amid salt marsh and wetlands. Surrounded by lush landscaping and native vegetation, each hole is a challenge, taking advantage of its natural setting.
Boca Royale is a semi-private Club within a private, 1,000-acre gated community of ...
... and the Intracoastal
The entrance sign says it is
certified as a "Blue Wave" beach by the Clean Beaches Council. Not sure exactly what this means but it was a different beach than many of the others in that it was more natural and certainly more rugged.
Heavy surf, lots of sandpipers and ring necked gulls. We plan to stop again and maybe try to find a shark tooth or two.
... no golf. Could probably say the same about other things, but that would be digressing. Then, out on the water for a stimulating boat ride with Werner, Martha, and Judy on their "new" boat. It was great getting out on the water, saw some dolphins, then had a few cocktails on board before a wonderful cookout organized by Judy. Great burgers, great friends, fun. Sunday was early golf again (I had to leave at 6:15), followed by a journey to ...
... to Orlando for the Capital One Bowl.
Capital One BowlWe decided we would make the trip to Orlando to watch the Badgers take on the Gamecocks of South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl. Neither of us has ever been to a bowl game and being in Florida already it was going to be the most inexpensive bowl trip we would probably ever be able to do. Orlando was about a two hour drive, we arrived at our buddy Thompson’s place around 8:30a. Unfortunately ...