Tradewinds Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... You can see the lake from almost everywhere in the house. When I walked in today I actually felt an "ahhhh" looking out at the water. This is the only place in which I felt an emotional response on entering the house. There is such a feeling of the outside being part of the house BUT the house is older, the HOA fees are much higher and you have to join Plantation in order to have a club house and activities. So......no decision. I am going to try to rent here on Anna ...
... out of cars, blinking in the sun, wrinkled and tired but smiling because "we are here!". The dog park people are full of advice on how to deal with THE TRAFFIC. "If you need anything off island you have to go very early in the morning or after dark." " if you want to go out to eat you need to do it during the week or very early or late at night". It takes a little planning but isn't as bad as I expected. I was getting bored (really) so ...
... a Level Nine VIP tour of the Space Center to see the behind-the-scenes parts of NASA that the general public never sees. We're going to see the places where the astronauts train in zero gravity and a Saturn missile and Mission Control where they actually fly the International Space Station. Cory is very excited as he's always loved anything to do with space. We'll post a review of our tour and the pics later.
Tomorrow we're ...
... fast for the slithery guy. By now he had probably already made his way back outside or into one of our suitcases. Last night the lizard had us questioning whether we should leave early but the storm appeared dangerous. Not only that but I had clothes in the dryer and didn’t want to pass the kitchen to retrieve them. I woke Jessica around 6:00 because I knew she was prepared enough to only have to wake up and walk to the car. Since I ...
... to anchor and for the first time ever, we were going to tie up on mooring balls. Lucky for us, one of the Good Captains had already coached First Mate on the proper way to tie to a mooring ball (essentially one forms a bridle with ropes off of the bow of the boat, in case you folks wondered. It is also a good idea to use rubber gloves as those mooring balls and ropes can get awfully slimy, per advice from another good friend.) Rubber gloves donned and ropes in hand, the process ...