King's Bay Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... emissions valve on the engine. Then we continued on the the RV dealer to have the hubcap replaced. They charged us $250 for having to express ship it even though it was their fault. We decided to stay in Sarasota and leave this morning instead. While waiting for the RV to be worked on, these Sandhill cranes came by for a ...
... and a demonstration of some of the technical aspects of mermaiding including eating and drinking underwater. It takes up to a year of training for a mermaid to become 'show-ready'. Esme was entranced by the mermaids, and so was I.
As happened to a lot of old attractions, it fell on hard financial times a few years back and was in danger of closing. There was a ‘Save our ...
... up quite a bit of space on the pontoon, but everything fit, including Penny dog. Heading out the little canal from the campground, we made it out to the main channel of Crystal River and turned east toward Kings Bay. It was still really windy and I'm glad we rented the boat. We would never have made it to Kings Bay on the paddleboards. Once you get into Kings Bay, everyone must drop to idle speed for manatee safety. Once we ...
... get the alarm to stop beeping and this is with the windows open and a fan blowing in front of it. My advice, if you ever buy an RV, immediately remove the oven and install shelves to hold useful items like a toaster oven, hot plate, griddle, etc. Tomorrow we are renting a pontoon boat from the campground. I went and looked at it today. Nothing special but it should get us up river and into Kings Bay where the water is supposed to be clearer and manatees should be ...
... although they are quite hard to find in the rest of the lake because the water is less clear. Most of the time you will just see the nose coming out of the water for breathing. I was even lucky enough to take a picture of an eagle circling above a small island were we had taken a rest.
After the kayak tour we drove further south. I still hoped to see dolphins. In Tierra Verde you should see them at one of the jetties, so we made a stopover there. The bridge was full of ...