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I said goodbye to two of my very deerest friends this morning. They were returning to our common country to slot back into the nests they've created for themselves. For the rest of us though, we were to await the arrival of our new horse, which arrived immediately after finishing a "Tim Horton's" breakfast - recommended. This was my first …
It turns out that comatosing yourself for 14 hours after drinking margaritas and sangria, gives your head quite a muddy feeling... too muddy to worry about the fact that both your passport and wallet are not where they should be, nor could they be found in the obvious places. I put it to the back of my mind and decided that they'd turn up when they …
... has more than 600 thoroughbred farms. There are more horses in Marion County than people. Many of the farms are owned by business tycoons, sports and television stars. Great tour.
Then we went to Kimberden Farms for lunch. Kimberland Farm is a hunter and jumper training facility and the University of Florida Equestrian Team. It is also the home of ...
We traveled through Ocala FL horse country to Chiefland FL and stopped st the Dakota Winery for wine tasting and purchase . At Perry FL we started west to St. Joseph Peninsula State Park where we set up camp and went for a nice walk. We then finished the night off with a campfire and strawberry ...
We left Hugh Taylor Birch State Park and took the back roads through the everglades and looped around Lake Okeechobee then through sugar cane country. Then there was scrub pine and then the citrus groves. We came to rest at Arrowhead Campsites to be used as our base to visit family and get some PM work done on our RV at the Piney Woods Automotive in Ocala ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed