Sheraton PGA Vacation Resort Villas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... week? Thank goodness we made arrangement's with Ryliegh's folks.
The doctors have come through with help to get through the long plane rides. Phew.
I have SOOOOO much work to get done this weekend. Ugh. George says I have to call in every day (just kidding).
... of this driver was to do me a middle finger before raise his window. Then, I did like a gentleman should do in this kind of situation......I laugh and I didn't reduce the volume of my radio!
Finally, I had a lot of fun at this baseball camp with Vinny and his staff that he asked me to return at this camp next year with him! Why not? However, now I have to prepare myself to another experience, work and live on a farm for the rest of my internship!!!
... happens is you look at the Garmin and there is a magenta colored line and you keep the boat on that line for the charted course...and you better stay on the line. The Lake is big and wide and you don't see land on the other side for a long time. We got through the lock on the other side and
thought we would make it to the last lock, but we got there at 7:17, in stead of 7:00. Then, all of a sudden
boats started coming through. They ...
... so we had to get there soon. Flying was out of the question, the tickets were crazy expensive since that weekend just happened to be the start of SPRING BREAK. Are you kidding me? It cost $400 bucks at least for a roundtrip economy flight to Florida, so that would automatically make it $800 for the both of us. We then opted for a Greyhound bus and when I looked it up, it was still a bit pricey and not to mention the travel time was more than expected (I think a ...
... that bullet at Dodge island.
So, onward we went heading north until we hit "THE INLET" and headed east. Dave once again started raising the mainsail and I took Spindrift out to sea. Man, I cannot tell you how much I HATE inlets – especially Government Cut. I know it’s a Class A Inlet but it’s a bugger with an east wind. Low tide was at 10AM so we were still getting some of the effect of an outgoing tide against an east ...