Melbourne Beach - Part A

Out Door Resorts of America

Site 176 (old 487)

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We made it back to our favorite campground. Our usual site was taken so we had to settle for something less! But it is still paradise. This site is closer to the ocean and farther from the center pool. Soooo, we have been spending most of our time at the ocean and the ocean pool!
But, we have always spent most of our time at the ocean anyway!

Mom fell off her bike our first night here so we have not been using the bikes too much. We were at the Indian River looking at the sunset. When it came time to leave (in the dark), I helped her get on the bike and then started back to the campsite. As she was starting, she got the peddle of the bike caught between her foot and her sandal. When I turned around she was laying on the ground with the bike on top of her. Don't worry, the bike was not scratched!

Site 176.
It is not upgraded like most of the better ones.
Boy have we gotten pickey in our old age!!

We have had sun and in the high 80's every day except for one.
These chairs are really great!
It's hard deciding who should get up and make the drinks.

As you can see, we have the beach to ourselves!

Washing the sand off after walking on the beach.
This is the walkway to the beach.
The ocean pool is just over the fence to the right.

The Ocean Pool.
It's a great time of year to be here. After Easter the snowbirds go back north and the local kids are still in school.
The beach and pools are just waiting for us!

One of the local weeds.
In this area, the Hibiscus plant grows to about 6 to 8 feet.
This flower was on a plant next to our site.

Immaculate Conception Church, 1.5 miles from the campground.
Has the same risen Christ as Christ the King, a very friendly parish.
We have been attending mass there since it was built in the early 80's.
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