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... so long that you could probably park two long rigs with towed vehicles in the site. There are lots of trees, so there is no way to get satellite TV, but they have very good cable, and their internet is free and very good.
As we were driving near Ocala on I-75, we noticed Don Garlits' Museum of Drag Racing, so we drove there on Friday.
If you ...
St. John Lutheran Church - Ocala, FL This Sunday morning started out like any other Sunday morning, except that Bailey, Rachel, Sydney, and Audrey were with us. They were here for Florida Adventure Camp VII. We had planned to go to church and Sunday school, and then have lunch with Diane who was driving up from Tampa. The afternoon was rather loosely planned around Diane directing the decorating of FAC T-shirts, a trip to Publix for reinforcement, and making hobo dinners in the ...
... of a waterbed. We had basically set up our tent in a hole so it wasn't a great situation. We discussed for a while what we were going to do about it before finally waking up our tour guide and moving all of our stuff out of the tent and underneath a pavilion. We spent the night laying on benches trying to catch any shut eye that we could. While laying there I had a small visitor in the form of a frog on my bench which didn't go down well at ...
We left South Carolina and headed for Gainesville. We were going to spend the night with Lewis’s aunt Marie and uncle Al. Lewis had not seen either of them since he was a young child, and I had never met them before at all. I was nervous because we were descending on the home of two strangers, and I didn’t know what to expect, or if they would like us. We arrived just before sunset on ...
... and palm trees.
Manatee Spring State Park is located on the Suawnee River that flows into the Gulf. It is known for manatees that swim from the gulf upriver to warmer water during the months of December through March, although we didn't see any sightings of them. However, it seemed like the turkey vultures had migrated there and nested in the trees along the river.
Barry & Nancy have some property in Chiefland next to a golf course that ...