The Harbor Inn & Marina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... most of the systems fired up easily. I have been into most of the corners of the boat and it looks like we will be ready for sea soon. Just have to get the navigation sorted out. And the sat phone for weather.
The plan was Cuba, haiti, dominican republic, puerto rico and finish up in British Virgin Islands.
might adjust that to Bahamas then Haiti due to weather and time. And I may have to get off on tha way due to time. See how we go.
... walk to the waterfront along the Savannah river then stopped at one of the outside cafes to eat, drink and people watch. Ziggy has adapted extremely well and has no qualms to staying and guarding our home on these dogless excursions.
10/17- Headed of to Jacksonville to see Garth Brooks and Trishia Yearwood at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The arena seats 15,000 and all 6 shows were sold out. Garth has implemented a $68 charge for his ...
This trip has been a long time in the making. 3 years ago my grandson and I started out on a very similar one, but we ended up with a trailer problem. We had to leave the trailer in Conway AR after the ubolts backed out and the trailer landed on its axil. Luckily I was able to pull the trailerover easily, which was amazing as I was passing someone on the interstate. It was the 4th of ...
... better. More significant than the places we visited or the things we did, are the people we met along the way; a most intriguing community of floating island hoppers. Everyone we met was happy, helpful and content to be in the moment. The most memorable part of our journey will forever be our fellow sailors who made the crossing with us and continued to share experiences throughout our stay. We couldn’t have done any of this alone. A special thanks to Denny and Kathy ...
... lemonade. Then the glorious sun came up and we could see where we were, 25 miles from Stuart. There were fishing boats off in the distance all around us. We are getting close to civilization. Denny led our little parade since he's been in and out the St. Lucie inlet quite a few times with Dave Piley fishing. There are numerous shallow spots and we only have a 4 feet keel, Dibs on This has a 5.5 foot keel and Dale has a 6 foot keel. ...