|My dream boat.|
|Walter Schultz. The man showed up with a cigar in his mouth and a tape measure on his hip. Really nice guy. He is now building handicap accessible sailboats and a powerboat.|
|The boys caught some small fish. Dom kept two and the boys cleaned them and cooked them over a fire.|
Denzer Collection: Miami Auto Museum. It is a two building collection of exotic cars, has a collection of James Bond vehicles, movie props and memorabilia, a collection of Batman movie vehicles (no Tumbler, the best Bat vehicle;-) and lots of Vespa and other scooters and many, many cars.
|Mad Max's Ford|
The Fort Lauderdale International Airport began life as a Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale, a training facility for the US Navy and British pilots. They trained trained pilots to fly the Avenger, a fighter/bomber. Their most famous pilot was George H.W. Bush. The airfield was also home to infamous Flight 19, a flight of aviators who disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle.
The last building of the old base was preserved as a Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum
|The man in the green shirt is Buddy Galvin. He was a bomber/navigator during WW2 in the European theater. He donates his time to the museum. He also flew in the search effort for Flight 19.|
Becky and I went out to lunch for Valentine's Day at Dune Deck Cafe in Lantana Beach. This is one of my favorite places to hang out. They have a small boardwalk onto of the dune and you have a clear view of the beach and ocean from the Dune Deck Bar. We dropped Patrick off at Dark Angel Forge so he could take a beginner blacksmithing class. He enjoyed it and made a hook. It has a twist in it but his hand is covering the twist.