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Old 03-16-2013, 02:58 PM   #1
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SAB-One parent/2 kids?

Hi. The kids and I are booked at the Yacht Club for the end of August. Yay! However, DH will not be going along, so it is just me and my 9 and 10 year old. When we travel we like to spend a fair amount of time at the resort either in the pool or enjoying something to eat. My question is about Storm Along Bay. Since I am traveling alone, I am worried that I might have a tough and/or exhausting time keeping up with the kids there. They are good swimmers, but I still like to keep eyes on them at all times, without always having to be in the water with them. I know SAB looks beautiful, and people love it, but I am looking for some very honest opinions. Would it be too much for me? Last year we were at the Poly and it was great because I always knew where they were and what they were doing. Would GF be a better option pool wise? Thanks so much!
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