Bay Cove Motel
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... service in the U.S. Army in the fall of 1979. I returned home to the D.C. area where I had enlisted with two other friends under the buddy plan. They had recently returned from duty assignments in Germany. We, along with an even older friend from 5th grade, determined that a Florida get-away was in order. The four of us hopped into his Pontiac Tempest and headed South for a winter break.
One of our first sojourns was camping at Pennekamp. ...
... pity it wasn't so "outspoken" last night whilst I was feeding it red wine and vodka!! Oh well there's nothing to do for it but lounge by the pool, take a dip and hope I perk up a bit, which I did a little whilst in the pool. We lasted on those stools for about an hour and all I wanted to do was lie down so we ended up finding a table with chairs so I could make myself a lounger with 3 chairs (this worked ok last time so why not try it again). Around ...
... 2 fishing docks a boat dock and a brand new swimming pool and clubhouse plus some interesting neighbors. We were lucky to avoid the bullet we were about to receive in Manatee Creek and decided to stay 3 nights.
The weather was miserable for the first 36 hours. Cool, windy and a misty rain. Our dining experiences included Momma Macs which was geared for high volume fast service ...
... since learnt on my travels that gas is short for gasoline, a petroleum derived oil used in combustion engines. Petrol is a shortened version of petroleum from which many hydrocarbon oil based products are derived. In the early days of motoring in the UK name ’petrol’ was created and the name stuck. This is actually a brand name in a similar way to 'Hoover’ that is now commonly used in the UK to refer to any vacuum cleaner!
Whether gas or petrol the only ...
... I am doing it I am fine. You feel like you are in the womb in a way. It’s so quiet and all you can hear is yourself taking breaths. It feels so good to just float along with the current and feel the waves licking over your body. The water was also quite cool and it was very hot so it felt so good to be in the water.
We learned something interesting about the mangroves which I never knew. They need freshwater so ...