Howard Johnson Inn Vero Beach/I-95
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... I like my new job at the gift shop where people can buy different great souvenirs! When I don't work at the shop, I help the main staff at the office! Thursday, I helped Erin with a school group for an educational activity. It was really nice and the kids were so excited to learn about the manatee. At the office, we worked on the preparations of the Oyster Festival organized by the Manatee Center. I did my first promotional poster (see the pictures). I spent the week ...
... early night ahead of me, but I was really happy to be able to spend time with all of them before I left. Tomorrow, I am heading out of Vero around 4:30 am for my flight out of Orlando to DC. Since it is my last night in Florida, I thought I'd share a couple of generalities about the state... 1.) Wherever you go, if you're near the ocean, it will corrode. It doesn't just happen in Hawai'i. 2.) Thank goodness for Hawai'i beach laws. Between noise ordinances and rights ...
Today we went kayaking with our new friends and neighbors, Mic and Sally on the Sebastian River. We thought it would be a 2 hour paddle but it turned into 4 hours, which turned out to be 5 miles. It was tiring but a lot of fun. We saw a couple of alligators and some manatees, a river otter and a lot of birds. People down here keep telling me that alligators will not bother you if you don't bother ...
... 2. Shells - CHECK
3. Cocina - CHECK
4. Botanical Sea Life - CHECK
5. Sea Glass - CHECK
6. BP Tar Balls - NOPE!
We're still good. But the county is announcing, hourly, on the radio and television the collection points for materials to prepare for the worst include Dawn dish soap, soft toothbrushes, latex gloves, towels and Pepto Bismol (yes, I'm serious). I get ...
... closed (where have I heard that before?), it was, but the bumps bounces, pot holes and wind noise reminded me of sailing the southern ocean. When we eventually pulled in for gas (won't mention the language again) I noticed that Doug had picked out so many bumps that one of the magnetic tow lights on Scoobie had bounced off and was hanging down on its wire. Next time I tried a ride on the sofa (have I done that ...