Sands of Islamorada
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Heute haben wir einige Stunden im Auto verbracht, somit haben wir nicht allzuviel zu erzählen ... Sorry for that! Nach einem kleinen Frühstück im Cabana Inn begann unsere Reise nach Naples. Fahrzeit: 5 Stunden und 4 Minuten ... Na brack ... Nach knapp 2 Stunden kamen wir an einer überdimensional großen Languste vorbei, da …
... just like taking a warm shower. Each night several bars etc. had different events for different costumes such as "Pink Bras @ Claws" (fresh crab) with proceeds to go to the American Cancer Society, Wharfstock at the Schooner Wharf Bar, Sloppy Joe’s 31st Annual Toga Party, 3rd Annual Luv2Glow Party to name a few. Friday night was a street fair and a masquerade march where participants dressed up and paraded through Old Town. Saturday night was a promenade and ...
Today was cooler than any so far. Glenn toughed it out on the balcony while I caught up on the blog. In the afternoon we went to the Seafood festival. There was good music, Food, Artisans, Displays and all were very nicely set up. The grounds were very nice nd clean. That was thanks to a group on Inmates from the nearby ...
... route back through Hell's Bay when disaster struck – I could not
find “The Funnel” back into Hell's Bay. This was stupidity based
on over-confidence since I could have easily marked this spot on my
GPS (i.e.: leave electronic breadcrumbs at key trail locations) which
I had along but did not use. After backtracking a couple times and
retrying, I eventually gave up after two hours of ...
... roamed aimlessly about. Definitely not this paddock though. It was all a buzz of excitement. They’d made their machines go as fast as they could from point to point collecting the cards, and the adrenaline (not to mention testosterone) was explosive. The roar of those mighty engines as they started up. The untying of each one from either the dock or jetty, and slowly, although you would just not believe it by the cacophony of thousands and thousands of horse power ...