Ocean Inn Apartments Motel
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... last blog post we spent several weeks in central Florida where it was sunny and warm. We moved from Port Canaveral (Ocean Club Marina) to Manatee Cove Marina at Patrick Air Force Base near Melbourne, FL. Since we had our car, we were able to do some land cruising. One of our favorite trips was to Manasota Key just south of Sarasota, where we visited Nancy and Harry Lukas in their beautiful seaside home. The Lukases entertained us over Super Bowl ...
Charleston is a beautiful city downtown by the water. Loved looking at all of the centuries old houses and walking along the water front. Spent some time at the City Market that is listed as a historical site dating back to the 1800's.
Great time again with great friends!
... with its original underwater lighting, gym, kitchen, servant quarters ,bowling alley ,all set in 125,000 acres of Forest. ( The first managed forest in America,) & gardens and parklands. Creating what is considered the first managed forest in the USA. The home generated its own electricity and had lighting long before any other homes , is 4 acres in total under roof area and the biggest privately owned home in the USA.
I had emailed a ...
... paradise, we are the "visitees" (?) of yet another friend, Susan and her significant other Jim, who drove from Atlanta for the weekend and stayed at one of their friend's house only six doors away. Small world, or as Megan would put it "all within the 60 degrees of separation." A lot of connections could be made in those extra 54 degrees.
The four of us enjoyed a nice ...
... we form a peleton and people wave at us and it's impossible not to feel special. I'm so happy I'm crying. This is the most perfect day. David and I ride side by side. He's just the best person in the world! We stop for drinks and snacks at Poe's tavern before the final few miles down to the beach. We dip our wheels in the Atlantic ocean just as we had done in the Pacific all those centuries ago but this is ...