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Travel Blogs from Stuart
... firearm standing by the front door. Were not talking a slug gun. This was 10 shot pump action shot guns. The conversation over dinner was of a friend who had recently shot someone, but got let off because he had stood his ground and that was allowed by law. Funny people. Strange though. Nice people. Had a great time.
The boats coming along well. I have been here 4 days I think. Hit the ground running so its a bit of a blur. She looks ...
... a short 1 ½ hour drive to Savannah, another one of our favorite cities. Savannah was voted one of ten most beautiful places in the U.S. The tourist center (in the historic 1700”s train station) is located very close to the Historic District and offers overnight parking for $7. From there it is a short walk through Old Town to the waterfront. The Old Town has 22 park like squares – each dedicated to presidents, revolutionary war heroes, etc. We took ...
... 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 ...
... winds on the nose in the gulf stream 10-15 knots. We all made the best of it and slugged along at times doing 4.8 knots and then the breeze would fill in and we'd do 5.5 knots. We kept the motor on at all times. At one point we saw a meteorite drop from the sky next to us and flame out in a ball of green. I made 2 pots of coffee, numerous peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, we ate energy bars and sunflower seeds and drank lots of ...
Other places to stay in Stuart
1209 S Federal Hwy, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $70
7615 SW Lost River Road, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $103
1200 SE Federal Hwy, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $63
1150 NW Federal Highway, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $93
7900 SW Lost River Road, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $82
1900 South East Federal Highway, Stuart | 2 star hotelfrom $51
950 SE Federal Highway, Stuart | 3 star hotelfrom $64