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... head within a nanosecond! I was completely covered in white, sugary foam and was sputtering uncontrollably but everyone else was laughing too hard to be able to help me. Good thing whipped cream tastes good and doesn’t sting the eyes. Yikes!
Later we drove into ‘town’ to rent some sea kayaks for the next day. The kayak rental place was *very* informal and the guy said if we paid cash he would bring them down to our campsite later that afternoon. Sounds ...
... this was one of our finest exits as we did not mix up markers or run aground. And it was a great day to cruise. The weather was near perfect, sunny with gentle winds and only a light chop on the water. And the trip would be a fairly short one. So everything was just right for a pleasant and uneventful cruise. And that is what we sincerely hoped it would be. While we had no control over the weather, we had worked hard the night before to insure it would be smooth sailing by ...
Sombrero beach really is the closest and nicest beach. We heard one woman on her phone telling her friend that they were staying in Islamorada, but came here for the beach. On the way there we stopped in at the Watercolor Society Art show. All the artists live at least a little while in the Keys. There is a lot of talent. Inspiration for me. On to the beach.Today we saw dolphins! 4 of them swam through the swimming area, back ...
... facilities. There are 2 beaches at Bahia Honda - Sandspur and Calusa. Sandspur is the better one. Forget Calusa as it has a view of the highway and therefore is noisy. The campsites, which are located in Sandspur, are known to be buggy no matter what time of the year you visit and also hot especially during the summer season. The campsites' location is right on the beach. They are in fact a great place to ...
... into any of the forty-some parks in the state. However, in Monroe County, here in the Keys, the county charges another dollar to enter. To get by this, one can buy a five dollar County Pass for five dollars and get free entry into any of these parks. The usual entry fee is four to five dollars per person. I figure that by the time we leave Florida I may break even. I do like to support the state parks around ...