Courtyard Hutchinson Island Oceanside / Jensen Beach
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... professional when it comes to boat work. He takes extra precautions wherever necessary to ensure the safety of the boat and its occupants. :-) She floats beautifully, but not with much space to spare on either side of her. We secure her with plenty of fenders so she won't beat up against the concrete during the night.
Now, we wait until the morning . . . .
This was our last day here and a relatively nice and warm day. We ended up going to the State Park to see what was going on there. As it turned out, there was a big group of kite surfers there. Since it was a windy day, there were about 25/30 people throughout the afternoon trying to catch a wave and wind. We ...
... on back to the hotel. We then drove to Jensen beach for an beach afternoon. There were a few surfers and swimmers in the water even though the water was a little cold! We ended the day back at the Edge restaurant for dinner. We sat outside by a fire, watching the sunset and listening to the ...
... detectors still comb the beaches for treasures.
They say millions of dollars of gold and silver is still undiscovered.
And all this because of a women. The Spanish coffers were bare and the new Queen of Spain wouldn't consummate their marriage until the dowry was paid. So King sent his fleet off to new lands to blunder riches for her dowry.
... by us including a one man miniature helicopter above our masts. It was unreal. Talk about culture shock. We came from peaceful little settlements with no boat traffic, no noise except a rooster crowing, no pollution and at this point all we could think of was "Take me back!" We came in on a rising tide and the current was pushing us at a speed of over 6 knots. After an hour we got opposite the Harborage marina where we stayed and close ...