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Friendship list: Charter Club of Marco Beach Resort
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Friendship list: Charter Club of Marco Beach Resort
A sample: For rent: week #39 (unit available for rent, owner's listing)
Price: $1,670.00 / per week

This sample listing above contains normal information about a unit (week #39) which is currently for rent at Eagles Nest. Any actual listing for a unit at Charter Club of Marco would be so listed and the unit and week identified.

The price listed ($1,670) is close to the published rental price Hilton charges. Each owner sets the price for the unit in their listing.

Suggested Guideline when you get a response:
Down payment: half the rental amount paid when you make the agreement, balance due Jan 1.

I don't remember ever signing an agreement as the person renting the unit from another owner or as the unit owner. Although, I have confirmed details in an e-mail, which I have sometimes initiated. Other times the other person initiated it but I kept copies.

The owner should advise the front desk people at Charter Club the person's name renting the unit, usually around Jan 1st. Then be sure to confirm two weeks prior to the rented week.

Here's what I sent in a previous year:
To: Office Manager  -  (if you know who usually takes care of the rentals, use that person's name. There also may be a "Guest Authorization form you need to complete.)

"Please advise proper channels (renter's name) will be using my week #39, Tower unit #205 for 2018.

If there are any questions, please let me know.

I would appreciate if you would acknowledge receipt of this instruction. Thank you."

I make the assumption any owner on either end of the transaction has some idea of the process and is most likely to be reliable. I have not heard of any problems. Suspect much of that may just be good luck.

Or, for additional expense, you can go through a legal procedure and have a formal contract.

Note: The telephone contact number below which follows "Charter Club of Marco" (317844-8189) is the owner's contact, not the property: Charter Club of Marco


Charter Club of Marco   317 844-8189
  Marco Island FL, 34145 #RAWKLU.21500 Exp 12-31
    Don Nixon   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
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Eagles Nest, Marco Island FL 34145
Eagles Nest owners club



Eagle's Nest Beach - Five Star Resort   317 844-8189
  1700 Barefoot Williams Rd Naples FL, 34113 #RAWKLU.22898 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.radioad.org/wklu/classifieds/listings.php?catcode=Owners
    Don Nixon   Email:   dmn.ez.nni@gmail.com   Ref:   Eagles Nest friendship list - displays owner's direct telephone number - which in this example is: 317/844-8189  
 
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    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  160 W Carmel Dr Carmel IN, 46032 #EZ.30618 Exp 12-31
    Willard P. Rohrer, General/Business Manager   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   dmn:marilynmonroe  
 
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EZ Classified Advertising™, (free or flat fee classified advertising listings) a Nixon Newspapers affiliate   317 399-5131
  #EZ.30243 Exp 12-31
    Website Link:   www.ezclassifiedz.com/classifieds/classified.php?pid=0&cid=102
    Willard P Rohrer, Classified Advertising Mgr   Email:   willardrohrer@hotmail.com   Ref:   DMN  
 
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Just a step slower with no excuses - Troy Polamalu

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Troy Polamalu sat at the podium to answer questions following the Pittsburgh Steelers loss in Super Bowl XLV to the Green Bay Packers. Twice the NFL representative standing next to him asked if he wanted to go.

"I'm fine," Polamalu said, and looked back to answer more.

Polamalu did not look fine on the field, though. In fact, the way he played made it seem as if he was anything but fine.

Some plays he was a step slow, others he guessed wrong. At some of the most crucial times of the game, Polamalu played deep center field, not rushing the passer with fierce abandon like he often does. Not having Polamalu in position to rush the passer seemed to indicate one thing: He was not his usual explosive self - not able to accelerate like he needed to.

Polamalu played like an injured man, and for a good part of the season he struggled with a strained right Achilles' tendon. Polamalu initially hurt the Achilles in a Nov 14 loss to New England but kept playing. He reinjured and aggravated it in a Dec 12 win over Cincinnati and missed the next two games. He returned for the season finale against Cleveland and played in the playoffs, but did not seem like his usual self.

In the Super Bowl, he candidly admitted defensive failures were "especially me in particular," and said "I was a step off here and there."

A step off for Polamalu is big. He also was a step off against Baltimore in the Divisional Round -- Ray Rice ran over him on a touchdown and a step late on a pass which set up a Ravens TD -- and at times a step off against the Jets. When Polamalu is a step off, it's the Steelers defense a step off.

"It was the healthiest I've ever been," Polamalu said when asked if he was injured. "The best I've felt probably since mid season."

That may indicate how bad Polamalu felt in December rather than how good he felt in the Super Bowl. A guy who relies on quickness and explosion lacks quickness and explosion if his foot is hurt -- or if he is afraid of a more serious injury if he does push the limit, like a torn Achilles.

But Polamalu is not about excuses.

He is about accountability.

And to hear him say it, Pittsburgh Steelers defense failures began and ended with him.

"We tried to do some creative things; I did. It didn't work out. I put our guys in some very tough situations there."

Polamalu was there on Green Bay's touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to Greg Jennings, but he was late.

"I had an opportunity to make a play," he said.

But he didn't.

In the fourth quarter, Polamalu admitted he "guessed wrong" on a fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Jennings to give the Packers a 28-17 lead.

"Completely my fault," he said.

It seemed like frustration at the Steelers' inability to consistently stop the Packers caused him to err on other plays. Polamalu said the Packers took advantage of a formation when they lined up three receivers wide and threw back to the single receiver on the other side of the field.

That caused him, he said, to try to play "cover zero," which means man-to-man with no deep safety help. Polamalu played that coverage on a key third-and-10 in the fourth quarter, which he said left Jordy Nelson open on a crossing route for a 38-yard gain which set up the TD to Jennings. The completion came with Pittsburgh down 21-17, when a third-down stop may have been the game-changer.

Polamalu said the way Green Bay spreads its offense, the best thing a safety can do is play deep center-field.

"Just not allow big plays," he said. "Hopefully get in a position where there could be an overthrow."

Troy Polamalu playing for an overthrow? It just does not sound right, not for a guy who attacks.

"He (Polamalu) was on the field," Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. "They made plays."

Asked if Polamalu made an impact, Tomlin said: "I'll let you be the judge."

Tomlin was not being critical of his players or player. He said he thought Green Bay just played better.

"It's probably less about what we were unable to do and more what they were able to do," Tomlin said. "Such is the case in the greatest game in this game. We can sit here and make excuses, you guys can, and I will not. What I will do is say Green Bay played a really good football game and made the necessary plays to be champs."

Pittsburgh's defense is used to forcing the issue, though. Used to making plays to force turnovers and change momentum. Instead, the Steelers got no turnovers while Green Bay got three. Although the Packers did not convert as many third downs as the Steelers, they seemed to come up with the big conversion when they needed it.

"Their defense outplayed our defense," Polamalu said. "It's incredibly humbling."

The loss does not fall on Polamalu, and to even imply it does would be wrong.

But to imply he was himself also is wrong. Polamalu is not a guy the football world is accustomed to seeing a step off. Nor is the world accustomed to seeing a man make no excuses and give credit where and when due.


Super Bowl XLV  
  #EZ.27365 Exp 04-26
    Owner:   Nixon II, Don M.  
 
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