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.
... for wardrobe malfunctions like this. I will need to wear my 'good jeans' from now on. When packing for a bike trip you need to look at the clothing you are taking because it is guaranteed it is going to be destroyed!
When I pick up my leather jacket, having not worn it since the day I came home from Fort Lauderdale I find it has finally completely dried, sadly shrank a bit and is hard as a rock, it needs a bit of work to loosen up once I ...
... 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 ...
Monday May 5, 2014
THE ADVENTURE BEGINS; what a beautiful day to start our trip. We traveled north on I-95 then
west on I-10 to exit 85 and then north on US 331. We found a very nice campground about 5 miles north of the town of ...
... it started to rain, with it coming down pretty hard at times. Fortunately, Suzi bought me a rain suit so I was able to set up and stay pretty dry, in spite of the rain. Still 75 degrees out, with a real feel of 80 according to the weather report, so it is nice to have the AC to cool things off. AC in December?