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We left Bluffton this morning on schedule. The girls have been adhering to my somewhat rigid schedule. I needed to get going early as it's about a 6 to 7 hour drive from Bluffton, SC to Jupiter, Florida. We've scheduled to stay in Juno Beach with is just down the road from our old stomping grounds on Singer Island and Jupiter. It'll be good to see the ...
... I saw a plenty of birds, fishes, insects and lizards!
Second, we visited the Navy SEAL Museum. It was so impressive to see all the Army's equipment. Outside, we could see different replicas of boats and helicopters used by the American army! My favorite part was the training course that I had the chance to try (see the video). I met a dog trained for army. He was so smart! I really liked my experience at this museum!
Yesterday was the ...
Pretty cool and windy day so needed to find something to do inside, particularly in the morning. First thing we decided to visit the St Lucie county historical society museum just down from the hotel. This is a nice and informative place. We had individual hand held audio wands that guided us through the museum with information about the displays. They had a house donated by a ...
... shrimp gumbo. I know right? Could they have found a stranger list of ingredients? The gumbo was good but the shrimp were so old they could have got a pension. Soft soggy and smelled of chemical preservative. And they came in the gumbo wih the shells still on. Interesting.
i gotta say i have been pleasantly surprised at the marina and all the yanks i have met here. Some great people. Super friendly. Lots of Canadians here too. After ...
This area is known as the Treasure Coast.
In 1715 a storm caused a Spanish fleet of 11 ships to be wrecked onto these shores. 1500 people survived. A recovering effort was immediately started but professional treasure hunters still continue today to search the waters for gold, jewellery and other artefacts.
And after every storm people ...