Seascape Motel and Marina
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... down one long main road the whole way. Almost all the state parks and nice beach areas in the keys are paid access only but we found one park that was free and took advantage of it. We made a big fresh salad and corn on the cob and then took a little walk along the parks pier. There were a ton of seagulls and they stared at us as if looking into our souls. Seagulls can be scary. After lunch we hopped back in the car and kept on driving. As I said before ...
... last swim in the pool, we packed up and said good by to the Sagamore Hotel. The car was brought to the front, we loaded up and were off to find the Publix Supermarket for provisions. When I say provisions I mean snacks! Homer Simpson kindly guided us through the streets of Miami. The kids loaded up the shopping trolley with Hershey Bars, crips, and stuff I'd never seen before. We got a polystyrene cool box and ice for the drinks (thanks to the Gardners ...
... was illuminating the darkened skies, and thunder was shaking our bones. Perfect weather for camping! The storm lasted about 30 minutes and then we drove out the other end as if nothing had happened. Jon had forgotten to pack a rain jacket so we stopped at Walmart to pick one up; five days later when we got home and unpacked we discovered he had one in his bag all along. It’s no surprise he couldn’t find it, though, as it was buried underneath enough clothing and supplies ...
... And then there were at least a billion crab pots causing us to make significant deviations in our course. It made for a long, tiring day and let me tel you we were grateful when we arrived at our anchorage.
The process of setting the anchor went smoothly which caused us great relief as we had not anchored in a long while. Soon afterwards, our sailboat friends arrived and dropped anchor. In the end, we had a total o 13 boats joining us on the Little Shark River ...
... some more. It was a great time and well worth the time and price of admission.
Back at the park, we had lunch and sat outside and read in the nice warmth of the Keys. I did "check my eyelids for pinholes for awhile, but didn't find any. It's best to keep up with such as one ages.
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