The Fig Tree
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... swung a rope with a ring and tried to hook the ring. Damarys, Armando and Bella did it like they were pros. Then we drove around awhile, onto Key Biscayne and around the port of Miami.
... 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 ...
... very glad when we saw the park entrance.
Falling Waters State Park is located on the highest hill in Florida. The park is well laid out and has sink holes and a waterfall. We found one geocache and did a lot of relaxing. We spent two days at the park and left early the next morning for Biloxi on the Gulf Coast of ...
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.
... inviting in December.
Prior to pulling out, Kim fixed me a quick breakfast to start my day. I had such a great time visiting with my friends, and reminiscing with Gary about our glory days in Portland, 35 years ago.
I drove almost 350 miles today, arriving here around 6 pm. As I ...