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Lake life: Steelworker enjoys his year-round boathouse at Hammond Marina
Schruben, however, decided to move up to a 35-foot boat the next summer. While the boat provided more room for Schruben and his dog, Bubbles bad hip wouldn't allow her to step between the boat and the dock and Schruben ended up relocating the dog
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Impressive 680 lumen marine LED spreader light for increased visibility and safety during dusk, dawn, or night boating. Harbor Trouble's marine spreader light runs off a 12 volt, 11 watt connection directly wired into the boat's power source with a 17" large cord. Includes an adjustable clamp-on style mounting bracket which fits up to 1-5/8" diameter tubes and an adjustable abscond-on head to tilt light in a desired direction. Features (8) 85 lumen LED bulbs with a light-amplifying lens in an aluminum enclosure.
Day 49 – Manaus. Lucy missed breakfast, catching up on sleep after our trip to the jungle. No such excuses from me though, and as I came back to the room after my bread roll & coffee, I met David (our French friend from the Amazon lodge) who had now finished his jungle stay and was checking into our hostel as well. We spent the rest of the morning going through our pictures from the past few days, and updating everyone on our adventures. Writing the blog has been a pleasure for us both so far, and helps remind us of everything we've done and gives us the opportunity to select the best of the photos from each part of the trip. Later we walked down to the riverside part of the city centre, and looked around the covered market. This had lots of good souvenirs but wasn't anywhere near as big as the markets in Belo Horizonte or Salvador. Disappointingly, the meat and fish sections of the market were pretty bare as well, perhaps the day's catch had already been sold, or hadn't yet come in from the river. After a nice couple of hours walking round town, again feeling very secure and relaxed, we were in need of a cool down. Back along the main road towards the hostel is an ice cream shop, which similarly to the per kilo restaurants is self-service and charges by weight. Needless to say this warranted a thorough test by both of us. The containers for your ice cream ranged from cones, through small cups, to what were basically popcorn buckets. We were restrained (well, fairly) and weighed our selections in well under 250grams each, costing about R$10 per person. Nearly back to the hostel, another 5 minutes down the main road, I asked Lucy where she had put her purchases from the market. Fortunately, a brisk walk back to the ice cream shop found them safe behind the counter as the staff had realised what had happened. Lucy was rather annoyed with herself, especially having already lost her phone in similar circumstances on the boat, but no harm done this time. (Lucy) I'm starting to worry a bit about my forgetfulness, but in this situation, I'm blaming it on the heat. We showered, changed, and decided to join David in a visit to the local burger van for dinner before our evening's entertainment. To our surprise, we got there to find him talking with three German travellers who'd also been at the Amazon lodge – a proper reunion. Our destination was somewhat different, as we spent the evening watching a free concert at the Teatro Amazonas. This marvellous old opera house in central Manaus was built in the 1890's, and still employs a full time orchestra, attracting visiting members from all over the world. We saw solo trombonists from Sao Paulo, Kentucky, and France, all accompanied by either the string section or full orchestra. David joined us, and all three of us were very impressed by our surroundings and the standard of the performance. Only 5 minutes walk back to the hostel afterwards, on another very muggy night, so just a quick gulp of water before we retreated to the dorms to lay back in air conditioned luxury (well, that's how it seems when you're melting. Day 50 – Manaus. Friday was our last whole day in Manaus and unfortunately, I still wasn't feeling myself. By this point, we had narrowed it down to one thing – the anti malarial tablets. Luckily, we would be leaving the Amazonas region the next day, which was the only area we were told to take them. We had a fairly lazy morning, Mark was very understanding and we didn't do much walking in the extreme heat and humidity (I could definitely not live somewhere that is like this all the time, sometimes it's just unbearable. ) We stopped at the local supermarket for a few things, including something tasty for dinner and then had some lunch at the hostel. Not wanting to waste an afternoon, we quickly got the guide book out and decided on a place that was highly recommended and only a short bus ride away. With a bit of navigation help from Google, we found what we were looking for - a place called Bosque da Ciencia, which is a research institute as well as a park. We had read there were some nice trails to walk along as well as lots of animals to see. The place itself was really lovely and very well-organised with maps and signs all over the place. The first thing we came across were three big tanks of water.
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