Inn at Folkston
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By 5 I was starting to get a bit nervous as Chris hadn't returned. Of course the mind starts wandering, but before it went too far he came home. He was tired. He was sore. hahahaha I guess it was a hard course and for the first of the year, not really a good choice. Spent a quiet night watching TV and listening to snoring.
Saturday, April 18
... Mary, Georgia a couple of years ago.
Went out to an Italian restaurant the first night here that was amazing - so much great food, we brought plenty home!
... registration for their motorhome. They had been using a "temporary tag" and
were unable to put on their number plates until the registration had arrived.
As it turned
out, Al would be driving to Inverness Florida to pick up his sister Mary, who
was going to be moving to El Paso.
This worked out well, we were still in Malabar and it was only around a
two hour drive to get back over to the west side ...
... below our second floor window.
Only a 3 hour drive tomorrow as we have done the bulk already so aiming to go to Walmart for sunshine supplies once we are near our villa.
Boring entry sorry! Much exciting thing in my opinion today was that I finally got to wear pumps instead of ...
... in the morning. It was a little bit of a cloudy day but it was still nice enough to wear shorts and a light sweater so we took advantage by driving to Okefenoke National Park. Yes say that name out loud, it’s so fun! Okefenoke is a park that is mostly wetland, marshes, and swamps. When we got there we found out there was a big event going on to help raise money for the park. We drove to the Chesser Homestead which was hosting the event and walked around with all ...