Cars of beauty:
1969 GTO, the Judge!
Entry for Wednesday (Posted early because we hope to be on the road first thing in the AM):
I thought I wanted to live on a lake. A few years we went searching for a place. We found a nice senior community in Tavares Florida and we bought a Trailer on Lake Dora.
WE had a 70ft (socket) pier. A socket is a U shape at the end that allows disembarking either side of your boat.
Son Mark brought his boat down for us to use until we got what we wanted, and later bought. It was an older pontoon boat.
Florida lakes I am familiar with are fairly shallow from 4 feet to 20 feet on average. I didn’t realize that allows for large waves quick in the wind.
After a few months I felt sorry for the boat, it was getting beat. The HOA did not allow lifts and boat houses saying it deprived the interior residents of a lake view. I watched the boats do this, pulling against lines and wearing the boat ties. I signed on knowing the HOA rules, so I did not complain, just hurt for the boats. The HOA also did not allow for renting or leasing your property, so we sold when we decided we had more fun on the road. LOL
I am thinking it would be better to be on a canal rather than on the lake proper, in Florida. Not that we will be looking at either this time.
Now I did enjoy the sunrises and Morhens that shared our pier and boat.