Comfort Inn & Suites Jupiter
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... rose is in full bloom out in the back garden. Daisy has taken some pictures for me which I will be pleased to see. This is the first year it has really come into bloom since we planted it. It is called Mdme. Alfred Carriere.
Buddy came over and we slow cooked brisket for dinner and then ice cream. A very nice family evening. Another good FT with Mike and Asher up in Boston. It's a wonderful way to keep in touch. ...
December 6th: Happy Birthday, Leon. Today you have caught up with me. You are 67 years young. You look amazing and what a way to spend your birthday at Jupiter, Fl. 83 degrees today and GORGEOUS.
We are on our way to Juno Beach to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.
Leon and I learned how the Loggerhead turtles are cared for when injured by boats, ...
... off the dock. Nice and quiet. Time to meditate. Didn't catch anything. Maybe I'll have better luck tomorrow.
December 3rd: We took a drive around Jupiter Island; more gorgeous homes. Tiger Woods and Greg Norman have homes here. We really enjoyed the Blowing Rocks Preserve. I have never seen the Anastasia limestone formation. At 1st sight I thought I was seeing dirt mounds from the Indian River Lagoon, ...
... out of the car I saw a manatee but my dad didn't. We then stared at the water for a while and we saw a Manatee's nose come up! We all got so exited! We saw a lot more. My mom, my dad, and my sister saw dolphins but I didn't. Then we ate at Sonic and I got chicken strips with a Banana Peanut Butter shake. Mmmmm! Now I'm at the hotel ready to go to sleep. Good ...
... the area and what not to miss. We missed some of it however.
We then drove to and checked out the second campground here in Jonathon Dickinson State Park. It's older and not so appealing as where we are camped. Back home, I barbecued some sausage and cooked a potato dish that Lynn found online. She used a potpourri of tiny potatoes, including some purple ones. It tasted great, but the purple ...