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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After Coral Castle we all drove up to Stuart to meet up with Paul at Pei Wei, the drive was much longer than we anticipated and with traffic it took us about 3 hours to get there. But regardless, it was quite nice to see Paul and meet his girlfriend ...
... It was great to be back in this mellow clothing optional campground.
10/19 – Sunday morning brunch at home prepared by my wonderful chef and then off to watch the Seahawks in the Jimmy. Top down – sunny and high 70”s….. We stopped at a coastal bar in Sebastian. The Seahawks had a miserable game against the Rams but fortunately we also had a great band to listen to. Two and a half years ago Bob and I spend 2 weeks helping build 4 ...
... where medicinal marijuana was legalized diminished by 10% the year following the legalization. When you can save much life, it’s hard to be against the legalization.
To conclude, medicinal marijuana helps many people to resent less pain. More states will legalize medicinal marijuana eventually and maybe the federal government will do the same in a few years, but I doubt it for the federal level. Some states like Texas are very conservative and old school. The ...
It's been three weeks at this campground and I am ready to be moving.. Although I rented a car every week to run errands and see the sights, I have felt somewhat isolated here. Walking and biking are only within the campground which gets a little boring after a while. The people are nice enough, friendly and ask me to go places with them, but it's no FMB. You folks in FMB spoiled me for the real world.
The upside of sitting around the campsite is that I had time ...
... box and a hose. After dinner, we picked up supplies at Publix and headed back through the winter dark to our tent. There it was standing tall against the wind. I would kiss it if it had lips. I might just do that anyway if it survives the night. Perhaps tomorrow I'll check the tides and swim in the cove near here where we watched a dolphin swim by earlier. I'm not sure I want to meet a wild animal as large as myself though. After that it is nearly 200 miles to Miami and 1500 miles to ...