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Travel Blogs from Long Key
We bought the 2005 Safari Cheetah (read: Chitta.
Rwaaaarrrr) in October 2012, shortly after Dad died. We drove it home
from Ft. Myers on a sunny Sunday afternoon. After we got it home we
washed, waxed, cleaned, polished, and spit shined every bit. The first
opportunity to take it out arose with an available spot at Flamingo
Campground a few weeks later. Ricky, who had bought our old Fleetwood,
and his family, ...
... have to include the ladies as well, because I’m sure they are just as enthralled..... with the toys as well ....... particularly as we saw.... in America. So now that I’ve tried setting the scene, I’ll continue. How about starting in Europe. Here, the toys are generally smaller...... and usually come in single colours. In America however, everything has to be bigger.... better.... run faster..... run louder....... and also be in myriads of colours.
... and just working our way back up the road. As the day was getting late we really didn’t have time to stop and see much, but I think my sister enjoyed herself and her visit. .
We have had a blast here in the park and have been asked if we are coming back next season. As we tell everyone – who knows – we usually don’t know until we figure out which way the wind is blowing. As it is, the wind is blowing us ...
... packages, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, etc., etc. and that came with a $40,000 price tag - if you didn't then you would drop to the bottom of the rental program list. Craig and I never said much to each other during the tour and afterward both of us were really worried the other person really liked it- in reality we both hated it. Too many rules, too much control, plastic environment- yuck!!!!! Jaclyn laughed at our ...
... you cannot see them. Oh, you will see some insects though too, usually trying to find the spot on your body that you missed when applying your insect repellent.
We chose to stop at the Royal Palm spot because it said the Ahinga Trail was your best chance to see wildlife. Just as we got there, it was time for a ranger talk so we stopped to listen and for awhile, were the only audience he had. it ...