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Navy SEAL Museum Ride – Fort Pierce, Florida
Tuesday, February 04, 2014

My buddy Spooner and I took a scenic ride over to Fort Pierce and visited the Navy Seal Museum. What a fine collection of memorabilia including the craft from the Easter SEAL Rescue 2009. This was the craft that Captain Phillip’s was held hostage, Tom Hank’s portrayed. After our tour we rode A1A north to Sebastian and ate lunch at Captain Hiram’s on the Indian River. What a beautiful day to be out riding and enjoying the water scenery.

We left Sebastian heading west through Fellsmere picking up Hwy 60 close to Frost Proof picking up scenic Hwy 17 into Sebring, where Spooner lives. Then I headed to Okeechobee for an enjoyable 250 miles.

Navy SEAL Museum: https://navysealmuseum.com/
Captain Hiram’s: http://www.hirams.com/riverfront-restaurant.htm
 

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sounds like you had a nice ride there.

I recently read the book "SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper by Howard Wasdin" which walks you trough the process of becoming and what means being a SEAL, I learned a lot of from this book.

My respects go out to these guys who sacrifice themselves for their country.
 

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There's a Navy SEAL Museum just over in Fort Pierce? :notworthy:

I'm heading out there - and thanks for the lunch tip too!:cheers:
 

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I hope you made it over and got to see all the cool stuff. Plus a good lunch on the EAST Coast.:cool:
 

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Oh I haven't been yet - I work Fri-Tue and this "weekend" is already spoken for - but it's definitely on my list. It's a great day-trip from Tampa.
 
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