Compass Cove Oceanfront Resort
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... and visit for hours.
We went back to the RV Resort so Randy & Stephanie could pack up—they move on to their next stop tomorrow. It always makes travel day easier if you can do part of the work the day before.
George and I went for a walk around the Resort. We loved seeing the little ...
... in the property for a year and we were able to manage it long distance easily with the existing tenants. When they decided to move out, we hired a management company that will screen possible new tenants and manage any on-going issues. We will pay them 10% of the monthly rent; but there is no way we are able to screen new tenants when we ...
... reminded that God loves us so much that he created this beautiful world for us to enjoy. He wants to provide beauty for us to see and remind us of God's power and glory.
Almost daily I remember the Bible verse: Psalm 118:24, “This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in ...
... You wind your way through the various gardens and then follow a trail along what was once a rice field. This trail has information signs about the life of the slaves on the plantation and how they prepared the fields and harvested the rice. At the end of this path, is the small zoo.
The zoo houses animals that were found in the area at the time of the plantations. There are farm animals, an aviary, otters, ...
... am and after 4 pm. No dogs on Florida beaches EVER. Walking along the beach with Willow is another benefit of being in MB.
Before April 11 (the start of the season), the beaches belonged to Willow and me. Now, with kids out of school for spring break, we have to share with hundreds of others. In the summer, that's probably thousands of others. We got spoiled having the beaches to ourselves. Check out the before ...
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