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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Started the day out with a trip to Ponce Inlet which is about 10 miles south of Daytona Beach. Attractions of Ponce Inlet include Florida’s tallest lighthouse and a long jetty stretching out into the Atlantic Ocean and a number … Continue reading
We had started the day in Cape Canaveral, traveled to Merritt Island to revisit some of its areas of interest and then backtracked to The northern suburbs of Orlando where I played a few hours of badminton. With weather conditions … Continue reading
Another sunny day with reasonable temperatures. Began the day walking the beach in Cape Canaveral and then returned to walk the trails of Merritt Island while John did another loop on his bike. On the previous day’s visit to Merritt … Continue reading
We stayed overnight at the Jetty Park Campgrounds. Nice locations for tents but their policy of charging $10 for each additional tent made the location rather pricey considering that we were traveling with one small tent each. One of the … Continue reading
The day started out nicely with a blue sky and cooing doves greeting us in the morning.
Ecological Tour of Cayo Coco Among all the flashy excursions on catamarans, swimming with dolphins, and paragliding is this little trip. For only 10 Cuban Convertible Pesos you can get on a small “Train” and get driven to various locations … Continue reading
Today was basically a traveling day as we moved over onto 1A and traveled toward Cape Canaveral. We stopped at the library in Ft. Pierce to get a bit of Internet time and when we came out and looked off … Continue reading
Today’s cycling brought us to the mainland portion of the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge on Hwy. 1 in Florida after crossing over the Jupiter Sound inlet on South Beach Road.
As we headed south along South Beach Road (County Road 701), we took a rest at Blowing Rocks Preserve which is managed by The Nature Conservancy. What makes this section of the beach somewhat unique is that the shoreline is … Continue reading
Our camping spot beside the canal at St. Lucie Locks and Dam in Stuart, Florida had its advantages. Every hour a new batch of boats would pass by :-).