Hampton Inn Vero Beach
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... headed over to APP Jet Center to return our life raft, grab some lunch at Tiki Restaurant, refuel, and get back on our way to Tallahassee. Our first International flight back into the U.S., across the ADIZ, using an ATC-issued squawk code is officially behind us. Everything went perfectly. Again, no substitute for actual ...
... that no one would stop because I would not be able to react in time. Needless to say, I made it safely through that and into Vero Beach. So why Vero Beach you ask? Well, I am here because my Mom's Mom and two of her sisters live here. I'll be staying with my Grandma over the next couple of days before I head up to Orlando to catch my flight to DC. It's a quiet place, so I should get some good rest before I hit the north ...
... box and a hose. After dinner, we picked up supplies at Publix and headed back through the winter dark to our tent. There it was standing tall against the wind. I would kiss it if it had lips. I might just do that anyway if it survives the night. Perhaps tomorrow I'll check the tides and swim in the cove near here where we watched a dolphin swim by earlier. I'm not sure I want to meet a wild animal as large as myself though. After that it is nearly 200 miles to Miami and 1500 miles to ...
... 2. Shells - CHECK
3. Cocina - CHECK
4. Botanical Sea Life - CHECK
5. Sea Glass - CHECK
6. BP Tar Balls - NOPE!
We're still good. But the county is announcing, hourly, on the radio and television the collection points for materials to prepare for the worst include Dawn dish soap, soft toothbrushes, latex gloves, towels and Pepto Bismol (yes, I'm serious). I get ...
... heading, confirm you are doing a port to port pass and heading north passing on our stern" - repeated ---- no response. But - after a minute it was clear that was exactly what he was doing - within a mile of us he was crossing our stern. A mile is close on the water at night!!
After that the rest of the trip was uneventful. The crossing couldn't have been better - except for the storms - and we couldn't use our sails - but the water ...