The Seaside Amelia Inn
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Although we had planned on 6 months we made it 113 days and Terry drove the motorhome 7,478 miles and 6,480 in the Jeep totaling 13,958.
We saw everything we wanted to see and were lucky to have good weather every where we went until we hit the south and got the rain and humidity.
Our next journey will continue next year....Stay tuned.
... waiting patrons. When we got there, the place was brimming with people outside, all waiting to be seated. Our immediate thought was at least an hour wait. Roy went in to put our name on the waiting list and within minutes he reappeared waiving us in. I’m still at a loss for how he managed it, but he claims the young women at the hostess desk took one look at his mustache and after a short conversation, we got moved to the top of the list! ...
... up (of course!) But no rest for the weary. Because the pump out system in Cocoa had broken down while we were the marina, we were literally full of s---. (we are talking 150 gallons, folks!) we had to pump and dump before docking at our slip. In spite of our fatigue, (cruising is hard work even on a good day), we were mighty pleased to have this nasty but necessary service performed. Once we were emptied of waste and filled with diesel, we were directed to our dock and given ...
... last night. It's pretty uneventful .... I bit different from my last trip but that's a good thing. We are sat outside in the Tiki Bar where a decent reggae band are playing. I have a chowder followed by a rather unhealthily salad. It's got fries on the top covered in cheese.
So it's an early night for me. I'm a good boy...... If I say it enough I'll start to believe it. I'm a good boy ........ I'm a good ...
... 10,00 pounds.
Built for short, high-powered bursts of speed, the trucks generate 1,500 to 2,000 horsepower and are capable of speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.
Moster trucks can fly up to 125 to 130 feet (a distance greater than 14 cars side by side) and up to 35 feet in the air.