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Travel Blogs from Stuart
... 4 miles to the other end of the park in 40 minutes. And I'm happy to be able to do it! See Some people post their name and hometown outside their rv's. One couple from VA named their rv, "Hind Inn." This got me to thinking what I should call my MH. What about my "Homie" (pun intended). People in this park mostly from NJ, N.Y, Del. Housekeeping duties today to get ready to go to jetty park tomorrow. Campground right on the ...
... ft pierce at 10am and arrived at the park at 5 pm. It was only 75 miles but I had errands along the way. Gas .oil change. Grocery shopping. Late lunch. $ store. Check out pics of bike on rear of MH. First time I strapped it on. I needed to buy a crossbar to fit on bike. with bungie cords and rope, it didnt move. No internet in park. Using my cell with 4G to make this entry. Looking forward to a quiet week of ...
... care of life and household chores. I worked on my taxes and sent them to my accountant, contacted Sam Farr (local representative) for help with Social Security issue, gave Willow a between grooming haircut, washed a good portion of the MH outside and cleaned inside, found a place to get my oil changed on the way to the state park next week, and research my route north.
Everything here at the rv park is covered with pine pollen, a fine yellow dust similar ...
... on to meet up with Dave & June Piley at the Deck marina for a quick beer. They keep their Cape Dory 19 there. We'll stay at Sunset Bay marina for the next month and then try for points further south. See you later to Indiantown and their wonderful staff and fellow cruisers and all the tree frogs, mosquitoes, and fire ants. We'll see you again soon.We've been working very hard these last 3 weeks and are so very glad to be able to relax a little. One picture included and more on the way.
... seen before. But the best was when Dale got on the VHF and proclaimed the water to be the most beautiful he had ever seen. He was right. That moment was so exhilarating and bound all of us together forever. The realization that we had accomplished the first leg of our journey..We did it! It will be tough to match the exuberance we all felt throughout t hat day whether snorkeling or enjoying our celebratory dinner that night. At that point, we didn’t know it would just ...
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