Ebb Tide Motel
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... The men wore jeans, western shirts and cowboy boots. So did the ladies. And they ate a lot of bbq meat. And drank a lot of beer. There's a theme here...because it seems to be a 'thing' I'm going to see more off...chilli cook-offs, ribfests, pig jigs...not really the place for me, the veggie, to eat. There's always beer. And monster truck spotting. I can find stuff to look at that doesn't include blackened dead animal... I felt, to start with, a little out of ...
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... it had the largest fleet of sailing vessels in the state.
During and shortly beforeWWII the Food Machinery Corporation factory in Dunedin (now demolished) was the primary site for the production of the Landing Vehicle Tracked developed by FMC Dunedin's Engineers and Donald Roebling of Clearwater from Roebling's own Alligator. Initial training on the LVTs was done at the FMC factory under the auspices of the ...
... and work on the dinghy but was finally persuaded that it would still be there to work on when he got back. A good time was had by all that day and the Captain was able to fix the dinghy when he returned. Hooray!
Perhaps one of First Mate's most favorite thing about this area is the biking. There is a wonderful, world renowned bike trail just a couple of blocks from the marina, the Pinellas Trail. It is about 38 miles long in length and goes through several towns, parks, ...
... br> Saturday evening Stacy wanted us to see the manificent sunset over the Boca Ciega Bay. We walked right across the street to her neighbor Jackie's house who invited us to enjoy the sunset with her. What a sunset it was!!!!!!!!!!!!! You can see God in all His splendor in how beautiful He created our world. We should never take any of it for ...