Knights Inn Vero Beach
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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 ...
... bikes is certainly noticeable. Shiny chrome and lavish paint jobs are everywhere.
There were three wheeled trikes as well on display and some mean looking machines.
Some of these trikes were priced around $48K, the price of a decent motor vehicle.
Among all of the bikes, which were mainly Harley Davidson, was a smattering of Pick-up Trucks and Muscle Cars. It was a rev heads paradise.
Along with all ...
... proponents for the elimination of global warming, they are at times 6" max above sea level. I saw a show on the history channel that said if both the ice caps melted completely, the oceans would rise 200+ feet, and that would make Florida gonzo my friends:
I put this image in because I haven't fixed my camera dilemma yet, so I couldn't shoot any video while underway. I am going to start dropping into camera & dive shops, of which there are a lot of, ...
We are still in the campground. No frills here but really nice people. Monday was rainy so we just hung around here.
We needed some parts for the trailer so we went to the parts store, which is located in a dealership. We looked at all kinds of RV's, small, big and bigger. We have decided that the only way to see America is with a motorhome so when we return we will try to sell the fifth wheel and ...
... dinner. All of us were planning to go to our homes for the holidays. It was strange to know that Christmas was coming soon and not to be in the spirit. However soon the liveaboard boaters began putting out lights and inflated Santas. We went one evening to watch the boat parade in nearby Taylor Creek, many boats all decked out with lights and blaring Christmas music we were quite in the holiday spirit. We left for home on December 15th, flying from ...