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Travel Blogs from New Smyrna Beach
... looking down the spiral staircase. We went to the Daytona International Speedway, but didn't go in as it looked like major construction work was under way in preparation for the October car racing events. We drove around Tomoka State Park, an intracoastal waterway were the Tomoka and Halifax Rivers meet. An American Indian tribe called the Nocoroco lived here back in the 16th century. Then to Davids absolute delight we did a little bit of retail therapy ...
... when we come back! Then, Kirk and I went to the beautiful beach of New Smyrna Beach and took a walk on it. After that, we went to a Chinese buffet and as usual when I go to a buffet, as I said:" Ils ont pas fait de profits avec moi!”
After two days under the sun, we decided to take a day off and relax in our relaxing room with Kirk and his banjo. Furthermore, we were suppose to see a baseball game of the Daytona Beach Cubs, the ...
... and have a small church at Man O War.
Sorry, we always forget to take pictures while trying to stay alive in the middle of a gale on the ocean.
I know we've been out of touch but we haven't had very good Internet access. More to follow.
Well, after eight months of hop-scotching around the globe exploring four continents and visiting who knows how many countries, and after spending the last month relaxing down on the Farm, it's time to continue "the prowl" of our own American homeland where we left off last July. So heeeeeeere we go!
But before we begin this travel recap, we feel compelled to make one up-front disclaimer: if only ...
... of us getting wet.
Spindrift is jerking her way south towards Eau Galle.
Life is wet.
March 10th – Rainy day so decided to hang in Eau Galle for another day. Mostly read or slept the day away.
What is the rest of the world doing??
March 11, 2011 we are on the water again. A bright, sunny day in the 60’s. Heading ...