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Today we said goodbye to the kids, and headed home. Tomorrow it's back to real life. Except being retired, real life isn't a whole lot different than being on vacation, except we sleep at home instead of hotels. Hasta la vista until the next vacation!!!!
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... on. It is also lighter than I remember it ever being. I depart the mo'tel that has been my home for 6 days. If I was smart I could have ordered some GoPro camera accessories and had them delivered here.
We are heading northbound on I-95 which runs parallel to the beach until we get to the Jacksonville bypass, then we pick up I-10 running westbound to Alabama and Louisiana. It is my intention to go through New Orleans so I can drive ...
Shell and I left NCL Resort and headed out to our next destination, Falling Waters State Park. The GPS took us to Chipley and then to the park-----well not quite so-----dittzy our GPS (not Shelley) sent us down a red dirt road to the back entrance of the park. We were lucky that the road had just been graded and was passable. ...
Crossing I-10 we ran into some old friends, the Love Bugs; what a mess
on the front of the truck and the camper, it took over an hour of hard work to
scrub them off.
One day we are going to go back and spend some time looking around the area.
I am finally headed west again. It was sad to leave my friends here in Florida.
We had a great 6 days together, thanks to Mother Nature, I extended my stay 3 more days. I can understand why people snow bird to Florida. Although much more humidity than I am used to, 80 degree days and mid 60s at night ...