Hampton Lake Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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CA’s preparation: Well, we’re almost on our way, but it’s been quite an ordeal getting to this point. The preparation and testing has taken about three months. Since my RANS S-7S is over eight years old, I decided to replace all the fuel, oil and air lines and hoses. Other things were old, besides me, so I replaced the battery and fuel filters and fittings. During testing, after all this, I had an intermittent starting problem which turned out to ...
... dinner and we were right on track. We stopped somewhere - Kentucky maybe? and had a picturesque rest stop picnic in a lovely pavilion facing the bathrooms. Fast food would be inevitable on a three week trip, but we really tried our best to avoid it when possible... hence the reason a quarter of the car was filled with snacks and a cooler. Back on the road, the rest of the day passed in a blur. My turn to drive, Andrew's turn to ...
It is a beautiful campus (at least the small portion we visited) and we were able to tour some of the buildings and the main stadium (known here as The Swamp), where the Florida Gators play football. It was a nice glimpse into current college life.
On our way back home, we drove past a set of buildings that were built on stilts about 15 feet off the ground. Each had a bat (the flying kind) on the gable end. Karly said that they are, in fact, ...
... to be very nice.) I soon realized many of these stories came from a second book, Guardian Angel 911, which I had not read and really had not known existed until Mr. Glisson brought it with him. Of course, I purchased it and had him autograph it, too.
J.T. brought prints to sell today. We bought 3 and he signed them. The largest ...
... Visitor Center, she showed our group how to use an atlatl, an ancient spear-thrower of Native Floridian culture. Many of the participants tried it out, including John.
After a nice picnic lunch with fried chicken and potato salad we traveled by bus to the other end of the basin, where we began a walk on the La Chua Trail. We saw several species of birds, turtles and lots of gators. This is a beautiful side ...