Tropic Terrace of Treasure Island
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- Free parking
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... downtown, but is rather like a little village. It is idyllic. Surrounded by blue water, glittering in the bright, warm, November sunshine. So bless my friend, each day we did something, and this included live music most days...including a few of his bands. First up, a bar on a busy Friday night in St Petes, another city south of Tampa in the bay...a little Williamsburg style place. He then took me upstate to a country fair...Sumpter County, beer, bbq and ...
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... Tractor School, led by Major William W. Davies. Until barracks and maintenance facilities were completed, the school and its students were housed in the Hotel Dunedin. After training, the Marines from the first Amphibian Tractor School were sent to flesh out the 1st Amphibian Tractor Battalion, which has served with distinction since. In mid-1944, the Marine unit in Dunedin was transferred to Camp Pendleton, ...
... consisted of dodging lizards and stray cats to get to the ice cream parlor or to visit the boat docks. Even to this day any time I exit the house I am always on the alert for flying lizards grazing the front stairs, and, after a picture my mom shared with me from her visit last year, I’m on the lookout for snakes as well. The lizards here are tiny bumpy reptiles that enjoy aligning the handrails and playing in the foliage up the walkway, ...
... and the Captain had made the necessary adjustments.
And so the day was spent in earnest preparation. Clearly other boaters had the same idea as we watched one group of Loopers leave at 10:00 then another group leave at 12:00. We longed to go with them but our friends, the Good Captains, determined that 4 pm was the best time for us to make the Crossing. While it meant doing most of the traveling at night, it would be safer because daylight was needed to avoid all ...