True Blue Golf Resort
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... red and yellow. But no, the color caught my eye first. The perfect shade of pink; not too light and not “stop you in your tracks” neon, but just right. The laundry situation is starting to look a little questionable; shirts are being sprayed with Febreeze and laid out to freshen and would it hurt to have an extra shirt? I’m pretty sure I can still fit one more shirt in my luggage. I cave. It really is a great t-shirt! ...
... bridge tender called us on 09 VHF and said that traffic was light and he'd be happy to let us pass! Of course, we were thrilled to accept his considerate offer. For any bridge -- and especially this one, with a nasty reputation for its sometimes surly operators -- such considerations are rare. Thank you, kind sir! (Tip of the hat)
Getting to MBYC early provided an opportunity to relax in the cockpit ...
... way to the Hwy 17 bridge at 8+ knots in the favorable breeze. Maggie did several stints at the helm and is getting the knack of handling the boat. She seems much more at ease doing this now and her earlier tentativeness has been replaced with confidence.
The comfort factor improved today, with sunshine and warmth instead of cold and shivering. I am definitely not a cold weather person and it felt good to go without a shirt for awhile during our sail up the ...
... with some of the most amazing beaches to be seen. It also seems that we'll be needing to learn the "Cabo Shuffle" to avoid stepping on any stingrays that frequent the warm shallow waters in the area. Lets hope we're all careful, I don't think any of us are up for sucking venom from a foot wound.
Here's to continued preparation for the trip and a much better play list this time around!
... dat yer dress is far too short ta touch da floor, without having ta geet down on yer knees. Normally, y’all’d be sent home, but since yer only here fer da winta, go down da hall ta da principal’s office, and ask what y’all should do.”
I enter the principal’s office, and speak to the woman at the desk. “My name is Elizabeth Kroupa. I’m new here from MI,” I tell her, “and my family ...