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    Quote Originally Posted by Aruba4ever View Post
    Mom and dad must be proud, lol. I wonder if the parents know?
    The “kids” are all in their 20’s. Parents work nights but I can’t imagine that smell doesn’t linger. Guess we’ll be keeping the windows shut and the ac on. Would love to move but with such low inventory there is nothing we even want to look at.

    Sorry, really went off topic.

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    that is ok to veer off topic in the off topic section!

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    Peg, Pot is not legal in NJ, or at least not yet. There is a family that is "problematic" in more ways than one, just one street over. The older son will smoke pot in the house in front of his parents. The boys across the street from me are friends with the 2 younger brothers(twins and one has real anger management issues) and they report it all to their mom.

    There is always that one family in every neighborhood.




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    Quote Originally Posted by robin View Post
    Peg, Pot is not legal in NJ, or at least not yet. There is a family that is "problematic" in more ways than one, just one street over. The older son will smoke pot in the house in front of his parents. The boys across the street from me are friends with the 2 younger brothers(twins and one has real anger management issues) and they report it all to their mom.

    There is always that one family in every neighborhood.
    So true! We, unfortunately, always find the one family! The 2 family got a new owner about a year ago and unfortunately, they don’t screen the tenants the way the old landlord did. Add to the weed smoking there is definitely some suspicious activity going on. A car pulls up, daughter gets in back seat, two minutes later she’s heading back in the apartment. Other times she gets in, another car pulls up, she gets in that one and then goes back to the original car and they all take off.

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    the stink!
    SARGASSUM.......here in Cozumel Mexico for the day.
    lots of the beaches are COVERED with Sargassum..........large mats of floating seaweed..........
    the good thing about some sargassum is that it provides habitat and food for turtles and other marine life.
    the bad thing it is overabundant from pesticides and fertilizer runoff in the gulf from the Mississippi and the everglades and other water flow sources from the souther USA.
    our ship was docked in a bed of sargassum and boy it took our noses a long time to get used to it.

    (it has been a non issue on the beaches in aruba HOORAY)

    our day was spent moseying around some of the shops near the port and the rest of the day onboard eating, drinking and swimming in the barely empty (of people) pool.

    that's about it.

    casino wins are now losses.

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    Peg its not suspicious you are watching drug deals go down on a regular basis. She appears to deal IMO or has a huge weed issue and has deliveries on a regular basis....I am going with option 1, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pegmeister View Post
    So true! We, unfortunately, always find the one family! The 2 family got a new owner about a year ago and unfortunately, they don’t screen the tenants the way the old landlord did. Add to the weed smoking there is definitely some suspicious activity going on. A car pulls up, daughter gets in back seat, two minutes later she’s heading back in the apartment. Other times she gets in, another car pulls up, she gets in that one and then goes back to the original car and they all take off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aruba4ever View Post
    Peg its not suspicious you are watching drug deals go down on a regular basis. She appears to deal IMO or has a huge weed issue and has deliveries on a regular basis....I am going with option 1, lol.
    That’s our assumption!

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    That really stinks about the seaweed. I had no idea it had a smell. I would be very disappointed to be in a hot area and have to deal with that. Oh well. Today’s a new day, win all your money back!

    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    the stink!
    SARGASSUM.......here in Cozumel Mexico for the day.
    lots of the beaches are COVERED with Sargassum..........large mats of floating seaweed..........
    the good thing about some sargassum is that it provides habitat and food for turtles and other marine life.
    the bad thing it is overabundant from pesticides and fertilizer runoff in the gulf from the Mississippi and the everglades and other water flow sources from the souther USA.
    our ship was docked in a bed of sargassum and boy it took our noses a long time to get used to it.

    (it has been a non issue on the beaches in aruba HOORAY)

    our day was spent moseying around some of the shops near the port and the rest of the day onboard eating, drinking and swimming in the barely empty (of people) pool.

    that's about it.

    casino wins are now losses.
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    yuk! At least you had a relaxing day!


    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    the stink!
    SARGASSUM.......here in Cozumel Mexico for the day.
    lots of the beaches are COVERED with Sargassum..........large mats of floating seaweed..........
    the good thing about some sargassum is that it provides habitat and food for turtles and other marine life.
    the bad thing it is overabundant from pesticides and fertilizer runoff in the gulf from the Mississippi and the everglades and other water flow sources from the souther USA.
    our ship was docked in a bed of sargassum and boy it took our noses a long time to get used to it.

    (it has been a non issue on the beaches in aruba HOORAY)

    our day was spent moseying around some of the shops near the port and the rest of the day onboard eating, drinking and swimming in the barely empty (of people) pool.

    that's about it.

    casino wins are now losses.




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    Casinos just aren't kind... sorry.
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