KOA Campground Naples / Marco Island
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... smaller drones while preserving them for a later look.
You ever notice bats are the only species to have their dung (except possibly for the Dung Beatle) given a separate name. We call bat feces guano. But bat-**** as a compound adjective is used exclusively to talk about a crazy person, as in "Nicholas is “bat-****” crazy."
The fridge bed for hot summers and reducing air conditioner bills. The bed is like a water bed kind ...
The US spread out so thin across the world in 2015. Predictions… Parallels between us and Nazi Germany. I can see a scenario here where an attack occurs in South Korea by North Korea, then Iran in the Persian Gulf, Germany at Ramstein Air Base, China in Taiwan and Russia in Alaska. It is surprising it hasn’t already happened. One of these countries attacks in their part of the world and the rest follow in theirs, driving the US out everywhere ...
... hips! Then the male entertainer did a fire show... Crazy. Following this, we had dinner and dancing. We sat with Ellen and Jim, Betty and Tom (Maryland) and Johanne and Frank (brantford). January 21: Rick and I went for a bike ride after exercise class. We rode down to gulf shore area where all of the big expensive homes are. Then we stopped at "the cafe" for lunch and rode back home. A lovely little cafe. January 22: We drove to Shark Valley - located along 41 about 70 miles east ...
... basic guide, I jumped into the full instruction manual. A day and half later I was ready for my first flight.
Darcy used her iPhone to video me flying the Phantom. I flew around our winter home development, up to heights of about 60 to 80 feet and about 1/2 mile away from me. Scared on my first flight to go much higher.
Using my MacBook Pro, I created the below ...
... awaited us there. The tour guide made sure to point out anything that you may have missed. In some areas, we were able to come to a stop by turning off the engine (since Air Boats don't have breaks) during these times we were able to stand in the Air Boat to get a closer look at our surroundings and any creatures that wanted to come out and greet us. So many different creatures consider the Everglades to be their home ...