Sherwood Forest RV Resort
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... place. I asked for the cheapest car with air conditioning and a warrant! While walking to the pick up lot James spots a supped up black sports number...next to it a tiny red Chevvy spark. Yep you can guess which was ours! Apparently we a very inconsiderate parents for not having the sporty black number, according to James we would have been "boss"!? Getting out of disney world was the tricky part, but once the road surface changed from shiny black ...
... so they wanted to get there as quickly as they could so that some people could go to the mall and the college ice hockey game. Jake and I weren't too fussed about going to an ice hockey game so we decided to not sign up for it and save our money for something else. The outlet malls weren't as good as what Brayden had made it out to be although it was still good. I bought myself 2 new bras (which I really needed by this point as the new bras Mum bought me from John Lewis before ...
... for about 6 days getting the RV ready for storage and working on the car getting ready for our trip home. Excited to go home for a while to see family. I will be signing off the blog until we come back to Florida because I want to keep it just for our RV Adventure. See you the end of January!!!
... Resort for my bro/sis-in-law that are currently planning a Lear Family expedition in the summer of 2014, then we are going to have a leisurely day at Magic Kingdom. Dinner reservations @ 6:00 P.M. at the Grand Floridian then a quick monorail ride to Magic Kingdom to catch the fireworks spectacular from the train station platform...heard it's the prime location to see it other than where we were last time (in front of Cinderella's Castle).
Good night and sweet dreams ...
... the air for the command centre.
Earlier during the Civil War (which actually started at Charleston, and Fort Moultrie fired the first shots across the harbour mouth at the opposition held Fort Sumpter eventually demolishing it.
We carried on from the Fort to have a late picnic lunch at Shem Creek, near the awesome bridge to the Charleston peninsular. We walked the boardwalk over the tidal sea grass flats to seaward, and watched "shrimp ...