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Travel Blogs from Stuart
... We watched the storm barrel down at us on tv. In the end, we had about 15 min of torrential rain and heavy winds. The 5th wheel rv is much heavier and less affected by the wind and rain. my Mh is like a toy in comparison. It rocks with winds 20 mph. Weather predicted clear and warm the next several days. In my prime (late 30's), I ran an 8 minute mile for 3 miles. Thirty years later i walk a 30 minute mile. Today, at a steady pace, ...
New paths to explore by foot and by bike. Our morning walk was a little slower than usual. Willow thought we were out fot a smell rather than a walk. The morning is sunny and warm. No traffic in park. Could wander at my leisure. The camp site s are deep and wide so it was easy to back in the MH. Neighbors invited me ffor glass of wine. Full hookup s. Clean bathroom s. What more can any retiree want? Long day ...
... just north of West Palm Beach, and then on March 8 to Jetty Park (recommended by fellow travelers) on the ocean near Cape Canaveral. I've included map pictures of the route I'll be traveling. Looking forward to touring Kennedy Space Center and visiting Cape Canaveral National Seashore!!!
I called several military campgrounds (on/near military bases) along my proposed route. There are restrictions on who can camp there, but some of them accept retired ...
... tide we encountered very shallow water at the Palm City bridge, so low that a passing trawler going west hailed us to forewarn us. We slowed our speed and did just fine. No problem with the bridge height either. We arrived at the mooring field to find almost all the balls were taken. There were 3 empty ones and we grabbed #29 and tied up. Den got the motor off the stern and out jumped 3 tree frogs. A gentle shove landed them in the water and a gull swooped down and grabbed the ...
... our car and get ready for the big cruise tomorrow. At the end of the street is a river lock that allows boats to transverse Florida which cuts off 200 miles of their travel. The difference in the river levels is 14ft and we got to see the lock in use. It is an amazing piece of engineering. Hopefully I get this published before we go on the cruise. Stay safe and well and don't forget 'Every day is ordinary, until it isn't...... Luv Us ...
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