|Good friends from our home marina, Kathy and Gary |
of Sabre 42 GATSBY, made a delicious dinner on board....
|Our raft of three on mooring ball #24|
IP350 KISMET, IP38 SLOW FLIGHT, IP35 ISLAND SPIRIT
This place has a nickname among the boating community and that is "Velcro Beach" because we all tend to pull in here for a day or two and then we stay and some never leave. They get stuck, if you call this stuck. We happily spent the winter of 2007-08 here on our boat while working on new Masters' degrees in Education from Drexel University. We set up a Verizon Broadband network and two laptops and processed 45 graduate credits from the boat! That was exciting and very challenging. So, returning here year after year is wonderful. We really like Vero Beach!
Here are some photos of the good friends and the good life at Vero...
|Vero Beach City Marina to the East of the AICW|
|The Merrill Barbor Bridge, Welcome to Vero Beach|
|Boats are rafted three per mooring ball|
|Wendy and Craig were vacationing in Cocoa Beach, FL, so they come to visit us|
|Wendy and Radeen by the banyan tree|
|Craig and Hayden|
|Radeen posted a sign....why not have happy hour on a Monday?|
There is one every Thursday, too.
|Craig played and sang; he is the Team Island Spirit band|
|John of ISLAND GYPSY played along on his harmonic|
|All the ladies love Steve of IP38 SLOW FLIGHT, |
including Radeen and Michele of IP35 SIMPLE LIFE
|Radeen, Craig, Wendy and Hayden after dinner at TooJay's|
|The view over our bow in the mooring field|
|IP38 ALPENGLOW with Tim and Susan are ahead of us|
|The north mooring field at Vero Beach|
|ISLAND SPIRIT rafted to SLOW FLIGHT, with the south mooring field in the distance|
|Breakfast with Radeen's homemade coffee cake|
Thank you, Steve, for the Champagne for mimosas....
we are roughing it with Laurie and Jim of IP350 KISMET