Travelodge Riviera Beach/West Palm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the inlet...including access to the Atlantic Ocean. We didn't dare go out on the ocean as the waves from the yachts in the inlet were big enough. As we passed out first yacht, we were instructed to turn the boat sideways to bop over the waves...well, that didn't exactly happen. We took the waves head on and the waves came upon the boat--slamming the door of the pontoon straight open. Shoes went ...
Dec 21st – Loxahatchee
I honestly remember nothing about this day! Chris watched football and the Pats won! I think we worked out. Julia and I decorated our sugar cookies to the best of our abilities with limited supplies. They looked like a delicious hot mess!
Dec 24th – Christmas eve
Okay so I don't remember a lot about this day either. We did workout in the morning because we knew ...
The Captain and First Mate Jeffy spent the day installing a beautiful stove. Did you know it has gimbles, so it moves when the boat moves- so the dinner does not slide off the stove! Pretty practical.
There is also a shiny grill on the rail- fresh grilled fish anyone? They retired after a long day of work and celebrated Cliff's birthday in a ...
... is a real hazard. The chart books advise to use this inlet only with local knowledge due to constant shoaling. The water level is down due to lack of rain and even the St. Lucie locks are limiting their openings to 3 times a day. Everyone lined up behind us as we entered the serpentine channel entrance and it was a Saturday and hot hot hot! Talk about the "Boatniks". Everything imaginable that floats was either coming at us ...
... the lock, nor the fact that they provide the lines for you to use in locking. We also left our last bridge on the Okeechobee Waterway - the Old Roosevelt Bridge (mile 7.4).
There was more evidence of the cattle/orange grove country we were travelling through today. Also it became increasingly evident that we were approaching the eastern shore by the increasing size of properties and homes. Indeed, at Stuart, both shorelines were occupied by homes straight out of ...