Last Day And Living At Fox Harb’r Resort

Date: July 22, 2016

Last day of the trip and it started off early at 4:44 a.m. In the peak hours of the morning, I went to go to the top of the 16th hole with a group to take pictures of the sunrise at 5:30 a.m.. It was a beautiful sight to see. The sunrise bathed the whole golf course and water ahead of us. It was simply stunning. One of the best sunrises I’ve seen.

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The morning continued with a visit to the secluded bit from the rest of the resort was the sporting lodge. Like what you would see in the homes around the resort (which we will talk about later), the sporting lodge looked like a great hang out spot for people who love wing and clay shooting. Once you step up to the deck there was a lot of different options for you to choose from. Lots of variety.

After we had the adrenaline rushing from shooting clays on the field, we turned everything down for the fly fishing in the fully stocked trout pond. I can admit that I didn’t catch anything, looks like I was a better clay shooter than a fisherman.

On our way to our next stop, we drove by the vineyards owned by Fox Harb’r. Yes, in a few years time, Fox Harb’r will be making it’s own wine with other local wineries. So you will be able to enjoy your communities own wine. That’s something that can’t be said for many.


Winding down from Fox Harb’r Resort we spent the remaining hours of our trip at Jost Vineyards (the winemaker for Fox Harb’r), with some delicious and crisp wine that is a great summer wine as it turns out. Then it was back to the airport.

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