SeaSpray Inn Beach Resort
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I left Raleigh on Sunday to spend a few days with family (my mom, aunt and cousin) in West Palm Beach, FL. My aunt, Sister Pauline is a nun. Her order of nuns, The Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirmed, run nursing and elder care facilities. My aunt (84 years old) just retired to their facility here in West Palm. My mom (87), cousin Linda and I have a 2 bedroom apartment. This is a senior living facility where the ...
Dec 26th – Cleaned the van
Boxing day! The day to clean up and eat leftovers and that’s exactly what we did. We started off by cleaning our van from top to bottom. It was pretty dirty and needed an overall scrubbing. When you live in such a small space, dirt accumulates quickly. Luckily we stay on top of it pretty well! We did some groceries and picked up lot of salad stuff. After the last ...
... around. There were a few places that our travel guide said were worth visiting so off we went. We started at the Manatee park which wasn’t anything special except for the awesome amount of chill manatees floating around. The park was built next to a nuclear power plant runoff because the manatees like the warmed up waters and all collect there during the colder seasons. They are considered gentle giants and I can see why. They are pretty massive but they ...
... day of bridges. The bridges along this part of the ICW are plentiful. And they just aren't timed for sailboats. And then there was the one that was having maintenance done. It simply opened at 11am even though we arrived at 9:30am. So we anchored for an hour and just hung out. So much for our 7am departure!
Without looking at my logbook, I’d estimate that we did ten bridges a day for three days to get to Ft. Lauderdale. At least it didn’t rain ...
Palm Beach was established as a resort by Henry Morrison Flagler, a founder of Standard Oil who made the Atlantic coast barrier islands accessible via his Florida East Coast Railway. The nucleus of the community was established by Flagler's two luxury resort hotels, the ...