Monterey Inn and Marina
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... and all day to leave so this provided much time for reflection.
This is the second time we've been to Key West and the first was 23 years ago. Time has tripled the growth of development and population. The narrow streets are crowded not only with people but also with many bicycles and motorcycles. It was reminiscent of our trips ...
... jump to Bimini, our first choice in the Bahamas, rather than further north to the Abacos, incase a window did present itself.
Boy, it's a good thing that we stuck to this plan! We only stayed in Stuart for two nights, despite bumping into good friends we met last year. Craig and Donna on “Mighty Fine” arrived in Stuart the same day, and it was so great to see familiar ...
... and nothing would be open. The tow truck that picked us up happened to have storage, trailer repair, and uhaul rentals. Told the folks I'm heading out, fix the trailer and I'll be back in a week. Ended up staying in Durango CO for 5 days, which turned out to be a great trip. So, now we will track this journey and pray we make it safely the whole 7500 miles. Our adventure will begin June ...
Monday, April 30. We will be leaving for Indiantown tomorrow morning, a short 4 hours away and having the boat hauled out on Thursday. Some thoughts on our travels: Last year's trip was a great introduction to the Bahamas. We had wonderful traveling companions and awesome weather, pleasant breezes and warm temps. This year was a great follow up, but not for the faint of heart. We went further south into the Exuma chain of ...
... with us and cheered us on through the dark days in Stuart as we worked and worked on the boat. Thanks to Steve who joined us for the crossing and got stuck in Lake Worth and became our official marriage saver. Jack, whose constant vigilance kept us on a true course and his dog Ickie who kept us entertained. Dale, whose ability to smooth the rough edges on occasion could win him the Nobel Prize for Peace. Dot, a most amazing woman undaunted by any physical (or mental) obstacle gave ...