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... We watched the Dolphins and their trainers do all sorts of tricks. Unfortunately we couldn't take any photos their performances. Caught up with the gang after they had dinner. I didn't want to eat before big road trip. We went on the Ferris Wheel. The views of the city at night were fantastic. Photos didn't do it justice. We are leaving at 6am tomorrow to head for Orlando......8 hr drive. May stop off somewhere if we get tired! Off to ...
... You could drink as much as you wanted. We received a small glass bottle of Coke to take with us......Ged saves old glass Coke bottles so I will take it home for him. Finally arrived back at the hotel and had a shower and a nanny nap. Tanya rang and they were going to dinner....did I want to go too? Caught the shuttle to Max Larger, a local restaurant. Enjoyed a nice pork chop dinner! Great company and then home to ...
... train or steamboat, so that left looking at the carving, visiting the museum and riding the tram to the top of the "big granite rock". What to do, what to do??
When we left the campground, it was cloudy and the weather forecast called for thunderstorms starting about noon and the tram people must have thought so also, because the tram was closed due to high winds. So that left looking at the carving and maybe visiting the museum and even that ...
... dear Johnboy had proposed to Anna last year and also St. Simons again. Excellent day trips, walking on the beaches in Jekyll and wandering around the cute harbour area where there was a craft fair in St. Simons. Another major achievement for me before we left the Darien campsite is that I actually finished my first ever rag quilt - it's for Izzy's Birthday! It may not be perfect, but I did it - more to come!
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... playing a hybrid of Madagascar, The Wild and Dinosaur Train. When all the animals had been suitably saved/roared at/put back in the 'zoo', we moved on to the Chuggington set, which was very cool. Lee and Ilsa, even as Chuggington aficionados, you would have been impressed.
It took a lot of coaxing to get me, I mean Woody, to leave but we strolled around a couple of vintage shops and a great 'old country store' which sold everything from ...