Howard Johnson Vero Beach/I-95
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Here are a bunch of different photos and videos. My kayaking adventures have been in the Eau Gallie River, if you want to look it up on Google maps. I looked it up this morning when I was out when I realized I couldn't go any farther because of the little waterfall. I was out for about 2 hours this morning and I really loved it! There was only one other small boat which I only saw twice (once at the start and the other ...
... that no one would stop because I would not be able to react in time. Needless to say, I made it safely through that and into Vero Beach. So why Vero Beach you ask? Well, I am here because my Mom's Mom and two of her sisters live here. I'll be staying with my Grandma over the next couple of days before I head up to Orlando to catch my flight to DC. It's a quiet place, so I should get some good rest before I hit the north ...
Wolf and I are a year older. We love growing old together as long as he goes first, he he. Our birthday's were low key this year. On my birthday we went to Vero beach and bummed around and of course "happy hour" consisted of CORN HOLE. This time I took pictures, just in case you don't know what it is.
On Wolf's birthday we went to breakfast at Loreens, which is a totally patriotic small family owned diner. The food was good ...
... 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 ...
... out it was about one a minute! I do not joke!! Do the math as they say here, don't know what happened to the's' That continued all day Saturday and today we think it was probably even more. So we deduced that FL must be empty! It seems the RV lifestyle is alive and kicking despite any downturn in the economy. (apologies for the quality of this piccie, but you get the idea) Many were probably snowbirds returning ...