SeaSpray Inn Beach Resort
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... our old condo, Eastpointe I. Everything is still the same so I guess the hurricane's have spared everything on the island. Tonight is seafood again at Juno Beach Fish house and then off to bed. We need to be out of here about 10:00 a.m. tomorrow so that we can board the ship in Fort Lauderdale at around noon after we return the rental beast.
... our community, Judy & Ted. It will be nice to see the area and meet the friends they spend their winter months with.
We will then be on the road back to our home in NJ. Hopefully Old Man Winter will be exhausted and leave the east coast until next year. We wil be happy not have him around at all! Rich & I are ready for the meltdown of the snow and ice. We especially look forward to hearing the shifting of ...
We did our usual morning walk and swim. Couldn't resist sharing the video and picture of "Lake Atlantic". We have never experienced such a calm ocean on the Atlantic Coast. We've enjoyed our visit with Millie and Bert, had a chance to help with some financial and organizational tasks, and are ready to begin our Maya Adventure.
... spent the last year working hard and studying her ass off to graduate and today it was official. Her graduation was in the evening so everyone spent the day getting ready. We had a super early supper so that we could all drive down to the college to watch the ceremony. Compared to my graduations that were 4 hours long, this one was awesome. The class was small and the speeches were interesting. We cheered nice and loud when Julia got her diploma and then watched ...
Today Aunt Jana and I went to get a pedicure which was very relaxing. After lunch, Jana and Jeff went snorkeling at John MacArthur Park while Andrew and I watched a wicked storm moving in as they were snorkeling. Thankfully they had time to enjoy themselves before the storm moved in.
Before the storm really moved in, there was the largest sailboat parade I've ever seen! For somewhere between a half hour and hour, ...