DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Executive Meeting Center Palm Beach Gardens
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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 ...
... this year. Seems like it defeats the purpose of black FRIDAY. There actually wasn’t too much madness except in the electronics section. We walked around people watching a little bit to help digest and then made our way back home. I’d say it was a fantastic introduction to American Thanksgiving and I am so happy we were able to spend it with family.
We spent the next day happily digesting and relaxing. We ...
... Eventually we found exactly what we wanted at Gander`s which also had the largest selection of guns I have even seen, including some AK47s (but these turned out to be pellet [air] guns).
Later we drove North up US1 to Stuart where we cold called on Ray Ivers who we reckon is a second cousin once removed of Marian. He is a charming chap in his 70s and he invited ...
Today we took a relaxing trip to the zoo or so we thought.... First we headed to the U-Bahn only to discover it was the S-Bahn so we took this instead since it was better than walking the 8km to the zoo, as we approached the zoo it appeared everyone in Germany also wants to visit the zoo today, we joined a very long line, then we moved across two other lines to find a slightly shorter one, inside the zoo we soon realize it is a very big zoo, 15,000 ...
... and filed down. Previously, this edge was not an issue as the halyard didn’t contact it when installed on the “normal” port side. After smoothing the edge, Dave needed only to cut off a couple of feet of the halyard which included the chafed portion then retie the crane end. The steaming light was an easy fix.
The weather in Lake Worth was calm but hot and humid in the following days as we awaited arrival of friends Paul ...