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Mar 15, 2019 - Day 7

Our last full day in Florida. We've grown very used to the 80+ degrees we've had every day. I'm hoping the weather has turned warm back in NJ! Today we went to our last game at First Data Field. After breakfast we sat around then at about 11:30 went to the stadium. The big difference with today was that there was a heavy cloud cover and as we were driving raindrops on the windshield. An ominous sky added to our concerns. Nonetheless we headed to the stadium. By the time we got there, the rain had stopped, and it was nice and warm. We had...

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Spring Training 2019

Mar 13, 2019 - Day 5

Well, today we certainly have a lighter day than yesterday. Our plans call for sleeping in late, breakfast and baseball. We started the day as usual at the hotel breakfast. Breakfast done, we went to our room to catch up on email, write a blog, do some tracking and so on. At 11:30 we left for the ballpark. We got there at about 12:15 after discovering weekday traffic is heavier than Sunday traffic. We entered the stadium (no bobbleheads today) ate lunch and took our seats on the other side of the stadium. Still good seats. In the shade the...

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Spring Training 2019

Mar 17, 2016 - Back to the Coast

We made the short drive back to the coast and pulled into Port St. Lucie RV Resort. We've stayed here before when visiting Jensen Beach. Its really tight with all back in sites, but it's better than Pitchford by the Sea RV Resort which is right in Jensen Beach but right next to the railroad with trains passing about every hour. We had a nice visit with Ed & Claudia with dinner at the Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House right on the waterfront in Jensen Beach. It was built by the famous movie star, Frances Langford, in the 1960's and was originally...

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2016 Winter Trek

Mar 1, 2014 - Fort Lauderdale and Port Saint Lucie

After the Keys we started our journey north – planning many stops along the way hoping that spring would eventually arrive. Our first stop was Fort Lauderdale. Not much happened here except that the resort was very nice. It was, however, owned by Canadians from Ontario and the vast majority of guests/owners of sites were French speaking. Neither of us speaks French, so we had to talk to each other. Next stop, Port St. Lucie. This is also the original home of the Navy Seals, so we visited the UDT (Underwater Demolition Team) Museum. They...

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Mar 4, 2013 - Leaving the Keys

We left the Keys and headed up the Atlantic coast of Florida. Thanks to Peg and Ron for a great visit. We'll certainly put Marathon and the rest of the Keys on our trip itinerary again. The ride up US1 was pleasant with sunny weather all the way up the Overseas Highway creating beautiful blue and blue-green water. In passing through Islamorada, we passed the monument to those people who died in the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. More than 300 people died in the hurricane and the cremated remains are burried in the monument. The death toll was...

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Feb 12, 2011 - Ocala, FL to St. Lucie West Motorcoach Resort, Port St. Lucie, FL

Departed Ocala at 12:05 PM and arrived at St. Lucie West Motorcoach Resort at 4:15 PM. We were very glad that I remembered to bring the SunPass transponder this trip, as it enabled us to go through all toll booths on the turnpike without having to stop. This is a very big deal when driving a motorhome! The only pictures I took along the way were of the new palm trees that have been planted along the turnpike, which look like big toothpicks sticking up along the side of the highway. Eventually they'll be quite pretty, but right now they look...

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2011 Snowbird Flight

Jan 22, 2011 - Long Day on the Road

After a cold night at Camp Walmart, I headed for Florida. After crossing into Georgia, I ran into snow showers. I tried to get a picture, but the snow flakes didn't show up. Thankfully they didn't last long. I saw a sign for the "Smallest Church in America" and decided to leave the Interstate (Georgia Exit 67) to see the church. It was built in 1949 by Agnes Harper, a local grocer. Ms. Harper wrote the deed for the church in the name of Jesus Christ. After Ms. Harper died, the church was maintained by Rev.G. W. Ward until he died in 1986....

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Jan 16, 2011 - Randonne jusqu'a Port Ste-Lucie

Nous nous sommes rendus pour visiter Port Ste-Lucie RV Resort. Tout un resort, un stationnement derriere le Walmart et tout ca $900 US par mois. A passer. En revenant nous avons pris la fameuse route A1A de Jupiter Island a West Palm Beach. C'est de valeur de voir tout ses gens dans le besoin le long de l'Atlantique. Seulement une entree de service pour les jardiniers, cuisiniers, femmes de menage, etc. Celine et Rene n'etaient pas la, alors nous allons remettre notre lunch a plus tard :-)))))) Jupiter est une belle ville de grosseur...

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Nos Voyages

Mar 21, 2010 - Port St Lucie and Stuart, Florida

We spent a very pleasant week in Port St. Lucie. We rode the motorcycle through Hutchinson Island, Jupiter, and down to Stuart to see Dolores and Jack. Dolores invited several good friends; Marge and Larry, Lynne and Marcel, Joanie and JJ, and Dorothy and Carol. A good time was had by all on Saturday.

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Oct 12, 2009 - Port St. Lucie, FL

We made it to FLORIDA today ! Another travel day, leaving Savannah South KOA around 10 AM and arriving at Port St. Lucie (PSL) RV Resort in Port St. Lucie, Florida at 5 PM. It was a hot and humid travel day, with temperatures around 90. According to the news Florida is experiencing hotter than normal temperatures for this time of the year. This RV park was several miles off of I-95 in a more developed area. We were not expecting much in the way of a campsite, but we were pleasantly surprised. Although behind a mall and not far from a busy...

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Apr 24, 2009 - Just Starting Out-First Trip

Well all set to go...... Started out @ 21747 miles. Drove a whooping 101 miles (Port St. Lucie) to my daughters house as she did not see the RV yet nor did I have 1. When I arrived there had my 1st. mash-up----minor. The battery in my car was dead -found out left the ignition in the on position. 1st learning mistake. Used my Good Sam ERS card & they sent some1 to jump it. I guess I got off on the right foot with them. So I stayed in the camper for the night. Other than that everything ran fine.

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LOVE-LIFE & LIVE

Feb 28, 2009 - Houseless

We are officially houseless, the closing was Friday afternoon. But this was not without incident, we had planned the loading of the truck down to the last day and a half as the furniture was removed Thursday. "Murphy's Law" was ignored and the results were a vehicle took out a power pole outside the neighborhood and no electricity, no sleep, and no packing. In addition a few wonderful neighbors stopping by to say good bye. This had us way behind schedule, however the buyers of the house were understanding and we were able to complete all...

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