Springbreakers call it “Zero Beach,” not us

On the beach SPF 30 needed.

The next day we took the city bus (the “shuttle” kind) over to the beach for lunch at the Ocean Grill where we last ate with AF friends in 1976. Still owned and operated by the same family, it was excellent. We were going to tour town after lunch by riding the bus, but they had added a route that went right back to the marina so we shrugged and went back aboard to put our feet up. This is a nice place — no wonder it gets called “Velcro Beach” because of the number of folks who get this far and stop and stay.

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