Larry and Penny Thompson Park
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Best RV park for wheelchair, quiet and very friendly.
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Quiet day to take care of some chores. Honey (the truck) went in to have an oil change and wash. I tooled around the park and found some lovely areas. The day was sunny and warm. We had rain in the morning but it didn't last long.
Had to cancel Grand Canyon - Icy rain and snow. We're going to stay on the 10 and move on further south over …
We headed out of Key West with the hope of seeing the coral reefs by hopping on a glass bottom boat in Key Largo. Unfortunately the wind and rain caused swells and not very clear conditions so the boat trip was cancelled. We made our way back to Miami and set up in the same lovely campground we were in before. After having a Pliney and Hop stoopid …
Happy Turkey Day Friends!!! No Turkey for us but I'm happy to grill my steak. ;-)
We had a few challenges - what's new - with a gas station that was a little small and we nearly took the gas pump out. Operative word - nearly! The pump is still standing and Hauley is still in one piece.
I was happy that Nita worked a little - that …
We enjoyed our stop at Homestead. On 15 August 1963 Ray & I were married at the Chapel on Homestead AFB. Our first home was in Leisure City and it is still there. Unfortunately Hurricane Andrew in August 1992 destroyed most of the buildings on Homestead AFB, so we couldn't visit chapel where we were married or the house where my parents lived. …
We all pulled out of Fort Myers RV Resort this morning. It was a challenge for some of us. The parking was very close with trees, narrow roads and tight corners, but we all got out safely. We headed across Florida on the Tamiami Trail also called Alligator Alley. We were to all meet at the Miccosukee Indian Village at 12:30. That gave us time to …