Residence Inn Port St. Lucie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Shocking. We actually stuck to a plan! ;)
We left Indiantown, heading eastbound in the Okeechobee Waterway back to Stuart. We backtracked through one lock, and under our lowest bridge to date. It is 54 feet – our mast height is around 51, but we say 52 for good measure. (Ha! No pun intended!)
In Stuart, we grabbed a mooring ball right behind (sometimes beside ...
... to themanufacturer we finaly get told we have to spend more money to get a better transducer. Cant say i am very happy with hawkeye or norcros.
new transduce arrives tomorow.
Weather has been lousy for the crossing to the Bahamas. Going to have to wait for a window to get accross. Nice and warm mostly. Still shorts and tshirt temps at sunrise. Cant complain.
Our, or should i say my, plans have changed. I ...
... I've never even driven anywhere far---not Dallas, San Antonio or Austin, so this was definitely a first for me. I'm sure my dad wasn't too happy but I guess he trusted me enough to at least drive safely so he let me go. My brother also has been dying to go on a vacation so as soon as he found out we were doing a roadtrip to Florida he decided to come along, now I only have to drive half of the trip (whew.)
I had work the entire day. Deciding to come ...
On Saturday morning I dropped Stephanie off at the Orlando airport. I was sad to see her go but we did have a great bonding time. I decided because I was in the Orlando area that I would go and visit Bill & Betty Wiper (sister) at Wintergarden Campground. When I arrived at their campground I parked in the shopping Plaza next door and went to the office and got permission to go to their site. I walked up to the trailer door and ...
... since I had done the hard part – now I could do the easy part!
We were doing about 8 kts making good time to Ft Lauderdale. Somewhere around hour #2 my Sturgeron started to wear off. I handed the helm back to Dave and laid down on the seat looking up at the sail keeping happy thoughts in my head. Tried not to think about unhappy things like the state of my stomach every time the boat rolled which was about every ...