The drama continued yesterday at the beach. Luckily I had Steve with me because he had some information that I did not. For the past 3 years since Aunt Selma had to sell her beach front home, we've been going to this spot. There is this little club house, tennis court, play area and life guard tower. This place is private and for members only of a local Mobile home park. You need to live there and use a pass to get in. This club house and amenities is surrounded by a fence on 3 sides. The side where there is no fence faces the ocean. Got all that? Ok, we trek down to our usual spot in front of the life guard tower. We are about a foot from the end of the fence on either side of us. We are not inside the fenced area what so ever. So here comes Mr. life guard to give us the "no dogs" rule and Steve patiently explains to him about GP being service dog. "Ok, but this is a private beach sir. You are still going to have to move". Back the bus up Jr., this is NOT a private beach. What is inside of your fenced area is private. Where we are is not. The first year we started going to this spot a cop on an ATV was patrolling, Steve asked him our rights and if this was indeed a private beach as rumor had it. Any thing out side of that fence was county property. The beach club did not own it, they can't own it. Steve had told me next time some ass hole "claims" to be a board member of said beach club to tell them to call the cops. I'm on county property and while he's at it can I have his information so we can sue the beach club for harassment against a child with a disability. Again, I only sit in this spot in stead of going to a different location where I won't be harrassed is because of the life guard. When they come to tell me "no dogs" I can tell them "non verbal child, please keep an extra eye out". Hell, I've even had a few come tell me when the tides would be changing and to be extra aware myself. So we parked our butts and had a nice day at the beach before I had to go to work. The under tow was swift again so I did not take GP out with me. It was too dangerous. As I came out of the water a lady approached me and said that her son in law saw us yesterday and loved watching us. He got all excited thinking I was taking GP surfing again. I told her I was sorry, but the under tow was too strong. I've had people take our pictures before too while we surf. I'm hoping today is better for surfing. I'd never thought I'd say this, but it is fun!