Anthony's On The Beach
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... astronaut bar the Tackle & Bait Tavern, famous for being off-base so the trouble also stayed off base, at least in theory.
Approaching the KSC you see a mockup space shuttle complete with fuel tank and boosters peaking up over the trees. My pulse quickened and stayed at an elevated rate for the next 8 hours. I asked the nice lady at the gate how to maximize my experience, and minimize any FOMO and she suggested the Multi Day Discovery pass, complete with badge. ...
... the 15th to the 17th century and were very important for the spice trade.
Then we drove to cape Canaveral and stayed at Cocoa Beach.
There are lots of water towers in Florida because there are no hills.
... started heading back to the room and to our surprise a hunky surfer also decided he was leaving, so we watched him as he undressed and headed backto his car, and even more to our surprise he had noticed us and decided to wave at us as he drove off! Haha
Most of the group had decided they were going to have a bbq that night, so me and the girls decided to have a quick walk beforehand to make our minds up if we wanted to go, so we headed off ...
... and are there for the winter. They met us on the boat and then drove us around Daytona, past the speedway and other points of interest. We saw their beautiful condo and then enjoyed a great dinner with them at Caribbean Jack's. We especially liked the bananas foster dessert!
The next morning we left Daytona and cruised to Cocoa, FL where we docked at Cocoa Village Marina on the Indian River. On the way we saw two manatees in the ...
... better to hang on.
l'll still post the stats on the tuned exhaust and
Did a run last week to Saint Augustine and this week to
Keywest, but not enough to get a real indication on speeds and fuel flows.
Don't need the Garmin 400 but l'll
hang onto the icom HF radio.