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... tried to poke his eyes out but he wasn't letting go. First mammal l've had since the pythons came to town he probably thought. Not giving up, Mum stuck her fist down his throat and the gator gagged, giving up the boy who, after 9 days in hospital, left with some impressive puncture wounds and a story to impress the ladies in later life. Onwards to Naples which was a swanky costal town with mansions lining the beach. No motels to meet our ...
... biggest disappointment, after thinking he knows what he’s doin has to be the camera man from the film crew. They were setting up for the ‘dream sequence’ in Club 6. I asked him to take a photo of our winning trivia team thinking at last, someone who knows what he’s doing. He even told me that he’ll set the camera to manual. Certainly a man who can talk the talk. Can he walk the walk? No, he took one of the shittest photos I’ve seen!!
... 8211; a good name steeped in history. We will likely use this new possession for our down east summertime trek aimed mainly at Newfoundland and Labrador. Now all I have to find is
Went to Tampa for three days so Cindy could help her daughter and son-in-law by babysitting her granddaughter during her preschool March break. I had a nice quiet time using the ...
... to see her daughter and new Granddaughter. I had wheel problems (somebody at Mom's place removed balance weights on two rims which I had to fix in Windsor due to wobble). The rest of the trip south was uneventful; just the way I like it.
Cindy was worried about Bogie's cough spreading germs to her grand-daughter, so we headed for Mitchell's Landing without her, arriving on ...
... and didn't secure a hotel for the night. Oh my gosh, we ended
up driving the entire night. When we got them out of the car, they
could hardly walk, so hence the warning, we have booked rooms ahead
Karen and Art, we are remembering the
trip down here in 2006. Alligator Alley was 2 lanes wasn't it, and
I don't think they made you pay a toll. The toll was $5 for Chris
because he is pulling a trailer and $2.50 for ...