The morning again was filled with daily chores. I installed a plug-in charger next to the dinette. This will enable us to charge small devices, phones, Kindle Fire, I-pod and even a our laptop. This plug runs off the camper battery which is recharged by a solar panel and the truck alternator (when running). Everything is running up to par, but one always wants more.(It’s the American way). I most likely will buy a Honda EU2000i generator when I get back home. The best price comes from a company in New Jersey. They will even free ship to this campsite lot address. I just don’t want to gamble on delivery time.
|Paul Doucette and Helen|
A short walk back to Trumbo Point for a rest before the Cuban dinning experience. I should point out that there is a man gate near the waters edge. This gate is locked. I was lucky enough to get the entry code number. This saves us a couple of miles (to and from) the main gate.
|I just had to add this for show!|
We met Paul Doucette at the church parking lot as planned. The restaurant was just around two corners. I think it was called “Si Bonne” (spelling most likely wrong) It wasn’t high class, but very packed. A good sign. You can’t go wrong with a family run restaurant. Helen and I tried grilled Grouper. Paul ordered us an appetizer. The appetizer was chopped Plantains, flattened, grilled and served with marinated onions. It was flavorful! The Grouper also came with sliced onions, sweet cooked bananas, yellow rice and black beans. (Excellent!) Did I mentioned the bread? Cuban bread, yummy! The meal exceeded our expectations and was very reasonably priced.
It wasn’t long before we were back at Trumbo for the night and with that goodnight.
That is what we did and saw!