La Quinta Inn Jupiter
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... and all day to leave so this provided much time for reflection.
This is the second time we've been to Key West and the first was 23 years ago. Time has tripled the growth of development and population. The narrow streets are crowded not only with people but also with many bicycles and motorcycles. It was reminiscent of our trips ...
... our old condo, Eastpointe I. Everything is still the same so I guess the hurricane's have spared everything on the island. Tonight is seafood again at Juno Beach Fish house and then off to bed. We need to be out of here about 10:00 a.m. tomorrow so that we can board the ship in Fort Lauderdale at around noon after we return the rental beast.
... and it was decorated with a Christmas wreath. The ambiance of the whole evening was unbelievable. With the patio lights glistening off the water, the drawbridge lifting, I was just in awe of such a gorgeous night.
There is so much to do on Jupiter Island. I don't know where to start. Doing nothing is absolutely OK too. I love being still so God can talk to me. How else can I hear Him? Took my fishing pole down ...
... are just everywhere in Florida! We also saw a lot of birds called Roseate Spoon Bills that I spotted. We even saw a flock of storks. Then it was back to our search for a Manatee. The first place we went to the locals said that it takes a while for you to spot them. They said there was a better place to find them near a marina. So we decided to go there. When ...
We've not seen all that we'd like to see here, but we've had a great time and saw some new things, as is always the case.
Yesterday, Sunday, we drove over and hiked the boardwalk to the Hobe Observation Tower. Hobe is the English version of the original Indian tribe, the Jobe. The tower rises eighty six feet above sea level and enables one to see the ocean from the top. A local fellow filled us in on ...