Residence Inn Port St. Lucie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... week? Thank goodness we made arrangement's with Ryliegh's folks.
The doctors have come through with help to get through the long plane rides. Phew.
I have SOOOOO much work to get done this weekend. Ugh. George says I have to call in every day (just kidding).
... it because his new girlfriend is from Quebec. Also, during a pitching practice, the coach of New-Brunswick asked me if I wanted to be a catcher because one of their cathers was sick because of the weather. This coach knew that I was a catcher because Vinny told him before the practice.
Brief, during the last six days, I had the opportunity to practice baseball a little bit and by the way be a French teacher. Who knows, maybe I will use my Spanish next ...
... 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 ...
... that this means “ 1/3rd of the waves would be in that range and the rest would be double or higher”. Hah! All I was seeing were eight footers coming at us. After two miles of slugging through this inlet, we changed our heading to 15 degree North towards Port Everglades.
Dave took the wheel and I put up the headsail. We were on a beam reach, winds about 10-15 90 degrees off starboard and the 6 to 8 footers were coming at us ...