Sea Turtle Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... I was a volunteer for this festival. We organized some activities for the kids. I worked at a fish-painting tent. The children had to paint a rubber fish and tamp a paper on it. It was really fun.
This week, I’m going to go to Boynton Beach! I will spend three days with my mother’s cousin. I’m really excited to discover another city. At the end of the week, I’ll be back to work at the Manatee Center.
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... was good (but was actually not), and headed up Highway 1 towards Cape Canaveral. The drive up was nothing of note, but as soon as I got over the bridge and the huge, orange fuel pod appeared on the horizon, my nerd alert started firing. If you ever get a chance, and are a big nerd like me, I highly recommend this experience! I pulled into a relatively empty lot, bought my tickets, and immediately headed for my scheduled ...
... bank but we just paddled right by him. They go in the water if you stop and look at them.
Wolf spots everything on the water and he's a strong and fast paddler. We got home around 5 and no cornhole tonight.
I am writing this from the laundromat. We are doing laundry while Alex is getting groomed. He is doing great. This place is full of small yappy dogs but Alex" loves" small yappy dogs.
April 25, 2010
We left Stuart with full fuel and water tanks at 7:50 am. Headed down the St. Lucie River (past where we ran aground-see pic) and took a left and headed North on the ICW at St. Lucie Inlet. Our destination, Vero Beach or Velcro Beach as some call it. Apparently once you get there, you want to stay there… We arrived at around 3:55 pm and tied up beside Far Niente for the ...
... on a small SSB receiver but no luck. It needs a tunable antenna to be in any way effective. Next he found a really great site on the internet - http://www.passageweather.com/index.htm (wind, wave and weather forecasts for sailors and adventurers). This site covers many parts of the world but has really good coverage for Florida and the Bahamas. It shows projected winds, isobaric pressure, and wave heights in three maps up to a week out. The Abacos did ...