Lion Country Safari KOA Campground
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... 160;Some success finally - but meanwhile - it did require a Walmart parking lot stay ( very few of them left that will allow overnight parking) one night ...which was sorta fun to go into the store at midnight to use the bathroom - then find yourself browsing!! Another night at a service plaza on the Florida Turnpike - nicely tucked in between two 18-wheelers!! ...plus used points at the Marriott chain to get 4 'free' nights...including the last 2 ...
Dec 21st – Loxahatchee
I honestly remember nothing about this day! Chris watched football and the Pats won! I think we worked out. Julia and I decorated our sugar cookies to the best of our abilities with limited supplies. They looked like a delicious hot mess!
Dec 24th – Christmas eve
Okay so I don't remember a lot about this day either. We did workout in the morning because we knew ...
We woke up early the next morning because the park had opened and all the hunters were arriving with their trucks and 4 wheelers. It was pretty tough to sleep through all that noise so we forced ourselves to start the day early. We figured we would go to the library for a little bit to get some work done but we keep forgetting that in small towns libraries have very short hours and aren't open as often. The local library was only opening at noon and we were not going ...
Today was chores day. It dawned sunny and very windy. I defrosted the two frigs, grocery shopped and did several loads of laundry. The clothing dried quite nicely in the fly bridge in the heat of the sun but I machine dried the towels.
We walked to the closest Publix. The marina staff had suggested it was only half a mile away - it always seems like less when you’re driving - but Richard figures it was at least a mile and ...
... that took place a couple of years ago. Some of the pine trees have black bark as far as 30 feet up. The controlled burning helps keep the undergrowth in check and prevents naturally occuring fires (from lightning)and man made accidental fires from becoming uncontrollable. We came upon a 5' snake when we were out walking on one of the paths. It was surprising to see a snake that long just laying there, looking ...