Tuckaway Shores Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Apparently it was designed by veteran astronauts and it was great to actually get some idea of what it is like for them to head into space. All of us loved it! There was so much more to do at Kennedy Space Centre but unfortunately we ran out of time, even though we had been there for close to nine hours. If you're ever thinking of visiting try and give yourself more than one day. It really is a great place and we would have loved to have explored it even further ...
... wipe the smiles off our faces!
We then checked out the space shuttle Atlantis which is now retired and we thought it was, in Carl's words, "******* Pretty cool!" LOL. In the souvenir shop I just had to get an orange space outfit. Way over priced but I can not wait until the next dress up day at work!
On our long trip home we saw many swamps and Carl continued to offer ...
... or even
entire additional courses at no extra charge - just so long as we ended up full
at the end. During the evening we
had several visits from the head waiter to make sure that all was going well,
and we had a visit from the Chef as well, who was interested in our feedback on
the meal. We needed an early night, so off to bed we went - just after
midnight. Tomorrow is our Port visit to Nassau in the Bahamas, ...
Well, we put the home on wheels in storage this morning. We are off for a week on the high seas. We are staying the night at Hotel Carol's...aka as Mom's House!!!! Picked Jimmy and Carla up at airport and back to Mom's. Went to lunch at the new Miller's Ale House near Mom's on 192. It was pretty good. We watched Jimmy eat raw oysters and clams. Funny the waiter couldn't get his ...
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 ...