Rainbow Rivers Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... couple of months.
Kirk and Pauline left the following morning to visit Anne and Ernie in Brooksville, which we discovered, is not far from here. The following day they expected to see Dave and Judy in Dunedin. The temptation was very great to join them, however, this week Richard discovered his presence was requested in Calgary next week and he worked quite a bit to prepare for that meeting. That means he will not be able to join me on the Villages ...
... creatures are so mellow and passive and actually make eye contact with you. We both felt so privileged to share this moment together. As we worked our way out of the narrow entry groups of snorkeling tourists continued to flow in. Our experience was complete and we paddled back to the kayak company. Another bucket list check off. Later that evening we went back to the Freezer for dinner. On Sunday, Sam had highly recommended coming here for their steak ...
As predicted it is cold this morning. I believe Channel 9 said the Villages was 39 degrees. Still it is sunny and so far there is little evidence of wind.
I checked Vitas flight from Thunder Bay to Toronto and it had left and the Toronto to Orlando flight was still showing "on time".
Channel 9 was reporting a tractor trailer accident where a truck hauling cattle on the Florida Turnpike had flipped ...
... etc. were there too. The Honda CRV was assembled in Alliston, Ontario! Yeah!
I took my new camera (but only one lens) to practice shots. I'll see if I can transfer a couple. I enjoyed the "Forever Elvis" entertainment in the Square, but with darkening skies we golf-carted back to the house. It feels like rain but so far, narry a drop.
OOOPs - just realized my photos are MEGA size so no downloading today!
... Brownwood, one of three Town Squares. There were lots of clubs and organizations demonstrating their crafts and trades. I particularly liked the pine needle basketry display and the stitching display. There were people dressed in period costume wandering about too. We did not stay too long as I am sure Mum was feeling the heat.
When we got back to the house Richard took a call from ...