Embassy Suites Palm Beach Gardens - PGA Boulevard
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... bridge to the next in time for the opening. So loads of time is wasted hanging around waiting for the next opening. At one such bridge Craig was practising reversing the boat when the call came for us to get ready to go.
Craig put it in fwd gear. Nothing happened. " forward Craig" i said. Thinking he must have not heard. Nope he had heard. Something was wrong. I checked the gear leaver and gunned it a bit. Still in gear but not forward. Stuck ...
... and we all continued on. Tony, dripping wet from being in the water, me, semi-wet from standing in the rain.
After those two ordeals, we were pretty happy to drop anchor in Lake Worth at 5pm. It turned out to be a long, cold, wet day. As Tony said that evening, we got through all the bad things in one day! It was probably the worst day I’ve had on the ICW to date.
We stayed in Lake Worth for two nights. Simunye needed to ...
... Scott and Denny spent several hours trying to fix the problem with a new cable, but needed more time than we could afford. We decided to fix the cable when we return in early December. We left the yard on Wednesday morning via ferry boat to Treasure Cay and took a cab to the little airport. Arrived in Fort Lauderdale at 3:30 pm ...
... next Saturday to show us round historic Stuart. See
Ray is heavily into ancestry and had all his info laid out on his pool table.
Sunday 10th November
We drove South down Interstate95 to Delray where there was a great wine and sea food festival going on. Lovely walk along the beach. I picked up a piece of wisdom:
The Captain and First Mate Jeffy spent the day installing a beautiful stove. Did you know it has gimbles, so it moves when the boat moves- so the dinner does not slide off the stove! Pretty practical.
There is also a shiny grill on the rail- fresh grilled fish anyone? They retired after a long day of work and celebrated Cliff's birthday in a ...