Tuckaway Shores Resort
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... the marina where we had kept Satisfaction, she was safe and sound. However, we did encounter some maintenance issues right off the bat. John spent a week "fixing" things before we departed Ortega Landing Marina. He installed new bow thruster batteries, replaced the sump pump switch and a thermostat in the refrigerator, and also replaced the generator impeller. It's very fortunate that he is able to diagnose and repair so many things on the ...
... told us that anyone who was nervous could still back-out....... Our lives would never be the same again. We endured half an hour of this hype as we moved between ante-chambers, until we finally entered "The Shuttle", which turned-out to be exactly the same as our "Helicopter Ride to The Arctic" the day before at SeaWorld. How could NASA could pawn their legacy so cheaply? If you just want to get people through ...
... allowed to “buy” supplies such as 1 meter of tape, 1 meter of string, a napkin, a balloon, a plastic grocery bag, etc. The project that didn’t break its egg, and came in the most under budget was the winner. Building this together as a family was really fun, and the anticipation leading up to the big drop was exciting. (Our capsule protected our egg, but although we ...
Waking up to a glassy ocean I had no choice. Today I would paddle the Atlantic.
Pulling my ocean kayak down the stairs at the Tuckaway Shores was easy, then about a 60 yard drag along the sand to the water. I put on my flotation vest and pushed off into the cool green water. The ocean didn’t have the bait fish nor the feeding frenzy of a few days ago. The shore break had mellowed as well.
I paddled out. The massive rolling swells floated beneath me ...
After a great day of hot fishing action, attempted kayaking, and watching all forms of wildlife here on the Space Coast, Marc and I were up again before the sunrise, ready for another day’s adventure.
We are in a dry, hot, August, Florida pattern. Even the beach breezes don’t help much. If you are going to go out on the water for four hours, you better be prepared. Water, sunscreen, a shirt, wide brimmed hat are a must. ...