Travel Inn Riviera
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... most of the systems fired up easily. I have been into most of the corners of the boat and it looks like we will be ready for sea soon. Just have to get the navigation sorted out. And the sat phone for weather.
The plan was Cuba, haiti, dominican republic, puerto rico and finish up in British Virgin Islands.
might adjust that to Bahamas then Haiti due to weather and time. And I may have to get off on tha way due to time. See how we go.
... by gardens I mostly mean driveways, resemble botanical gardens we pay to view. It was a lovely drive but fruitless in the matter of Celine's home. We figure we were driving the wrong direction but by the time we had toured the distance we went, we were too tired and hungry to double back and try again.
It bears mentioning a few other inhabitants of Jupiter Island: Michael Jordan, Rod Stewart, Tiger Woods and the list goes on and on and on...
... Scott and Denny spent several hours trying to fix the problem with a new cable, but needed more time than we could afford. We decided to fix the cable when we return in early December. We left the yard on Wednesday morning via ferry boat to Treasure Cay and took a cab to the little airport. Arrived in Fort Lauderdale at 3:30 pm ...
76 and warm in Port Salerno, Florida. Very windy and cold in ABQ.
Kluane was moved from Indian Town near Lake Okeechobee to Mantee Pocket for her offical outfitting session! Mantee Pocket is in Port Solerno and is home to many a ...
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Oh well……onward we got! We approached Commercial Blvd Bridge and decided to anchor in Lettuce Lake about 5 miles up from Commercial Blvd.
Lettuce Lake is a small body of water just east of the channel. It is surrounded by houses all but two were vacant and for sale. We anchored around 5PM and the ICW was still busy ….. we rock in the wake of every boat that went by. Spindrift rocked and rolled for about ...