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... in this part of Florida are great improvements over the others so far. This campground is mostly used by 'snowbirds' (for our Danish readers: snowbirds are people from the northern climates who come to warm Florida to spend the winter), so we're enjoying lots of space and an uncrowded pool.
As we write we're next to the pool, sitting under a sun umbrella, probably our main activity for the day. ...
... on my face. With the light on and the door invitingly opened, I dozed off at the bottom of the bed. Before long I was wide awake to Jessica’s squeakiness. During this restlessness I would often stand up and shake my body hoping if the lizard were on me he would fly off onto Jessica and I would be safe. It was near 5:00 a.m. and I couldn’t hold my bulging bladder any longer so I made a mad dash to the back porch bathroom, hoping to ...
... They drove us to the cruise ship on Easter Sunday when we began our European tour...so we have come full circle. We had several hours to ourselves before Barb's siblings started arriving. It was great to visit with them and share the highlights of our tour with some of our biggest supporters!
Over the next three days, Barb's siblings and families, ...
... graceful person but the price tags on the merchandise instilled the fear of the "you break it, you buy it" approach. When we exited we signed the log noting our home location and carefully made our way out of the door.
It was near 1:00 p.m. when Jessica joined me in wake up mode today. She got put on her swimsuit and we headed over to the beach. On the way Lorraine’s temperature gauge declared a whopping 97 degrees so I continued driving past ...
... in 2007 using traditional recipes he learned from his parents. The results are mouth watering authentic Cuban dishes. The house specialty, Lechon Asado (slow roasted pork), was incredibly tender, dripping in its own melted fats and juices. The cuban sandwich used the Lechon Asado and was huge. The fried plantains were crispy and sweet and the Cuban coffee was robust and potent.
- Pangea - our last night we sought out this speakeasy that Kaitlyn had found ...
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