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East Windsor, NJ 08520
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To display a larger version of a photo, click on the image.   Welcome to our (very) brief photo tour of the Tradewinds Resort in St. Petersburg, Florida, home to the annual TSC User Group meeting. Please try to keep up with the group and pay attention to your guide. Ready? Here we go....



The Sign ~ No, I am not speaking of a religious "sign" (though some consider their stay at the Tradewinds a near religious experience), but rather I am referring to the sign that can be found in front of the Tradewinds Resort. This photo has been included because it was inspired by the antics of Joe "Dolphin" Whittle. If you look very closely, you can see Joe swimming among the dolphins, which he regularly does to the delight of the User Group conference attendees. If you haven't seen Joe perform his beautiful leaps and twists with a school of dolphins, you must not miss the next User Group conference!



The Lagoon ~ This serenely beautiful lagoon is found on the Tradewinds property. After you have finished a tough day of cramming your brain full of fascinating facts and incredible information at the conference, you can ease yourself into a (free) paddle boat and gently float down the peaceful little streams that embrace the resort. If that sounds like too much work, for a fee you can arrange to have a gondolier paddle you about while you sip from a glass of champagne and read Henry David Thoroeu.



The Beach ~ Although the attendees of the User Group conference are genuinely committed (wait, that doesn't sound quite right...), the lure of the beach is sometimes powerful enough to draw a few of them briefly away from their diligent quest for knowledge. After a quick plunge in the warm soothing surf, they return, refreshed and rejuvenated, to their studies in the cool cloistered conference rooms. Of course, sometimes they don't make it quite that far and they end up in ...



The Chairs ~ For free, you can rest regally on your own personal throne (read chair) while you survey the mighty ocean. As the warm air caresses your skin, you can dream of far away lands and of times long past. If you should indulge in a cool beverage or two while in this manner engaged, perhaps you will chance to see ancient pirate ships on the horizon, returning home, their bellies filled with golden treasures.



The Bed ~ Ahh, the exquisite comfort of a large luxurious bed. After a stimulating day of learning about the intricacies of the TSC software system, of dining on delicious food prepared by the Tradewinds' staff, of frolicing on the warm sandy beaches, what could be better then slipping between the cool sheets of a comfortable bed?



The Sunset (Part I) ~ As the sun dips in the sky, plans are being made. Soon a group of "party animals" will begin the task of visiting as many of the beachfront bars and nightclubs as possible. Oh, the tales that could be told of their exploits! Oh, the superhuman feats that they have accomplished! I could relate many a story that would certainly amaze you, but you will never truly believe unless you experience the nighttime revelry for yourself!



The Sunset (Part II) ~ Alas, not all of us are endowed with the same endless reserves of energy as are others. For us, there is the quiet walk along the beach at sunset. The gentle sound of the surf as it laps against the shore. The cry of the seagulls as they float on the breeze. The soft and surrounding scent of salt and sea. The sensation of cool sand between toes. The magic of a moment; a moment lived in the tradewinds.
 

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Trust and Retirement Plan Software
50 Millstone Road
Building 400, Suite 300
East Windsor, NJ 08520
866-750-TSCI

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