Courtyard by Marriott Stuart
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... Orleans French quarter but minus the drunks and the excellent jazz music.
We were hopeful of setting up "camp" in daylight but a stop in Lake Worth prevented that plan. Our good friend, Erika Pratt, has a daughter living their with her mate,Carlos, and new baby, Julien. The baby of course was so cute and the little house that Julie ...
... meant to be! The instrument is carved from the sassafras tree. In the fall the crushed leaves of the tree have wine and red fall colors, similar to the red and sugar maples. The leaves have one of the most unique aromas in the Eastern forest. In the spring, young leaves are dried and powdered to thicken creole and soups and stews called file' gumbo and the bark of the root makes an excellent tea. The dragon blood stone features ...
... came our 1st Walmart experience and I doubt you'll recognise us in any of THOSE emails hahaha!!!. But you may hear about Paul's little faux pas as we were sitting having a quiet coffee in our favourite 'One Flight Up' cafe when he asked me how I liked my stimulator yesterday? Yep!! He meant simulator. Nov 6 saw us pack up and leave our quiet, idyllic little spot but we were looking forward to getting down to Stuart, especially ...
... deal. It took just a few minutes. We arrived at the Harborage at noon and got the bikes from down below and walked to the nearest gas station to get air only their air machine was broken so we continued by foot looking for another service station. Found one and got the air and rode the bikes back to the boat. It is good to be here at last. The weather is gorgeous. Will write more later. We plan to stay here for a month or two.
... we safely made it to Sunset Bay Marina and grabbed a mooring ball at 1300; 22 hours from the time we left Great Sale, for a total of 32 hours travel time. We are exhausted, but too tired to know it. Dolphins are swimming around us in the marina. We see more here than in the Bahamas. Everyone runs for the showers. AAAAHHHHHHH! A long shower revives. It’s off to dinner at Luna’s, a fabulous Italian Restaurant, if you are ever in the ...