Thousand Palms RV Resort
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... bags on each flight, not wanting to lug the, err, luggage all around Europe, it might just be solve a lot of issues. There are also some side benefits, too: extra space for souvenirs, unloading any souvenirs gained up to that point, and lightening the load as I go along.
Sounds like a win-win to me.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have lists to make of things to pack and do before this Saturday. Lists that will most likely be lost.
... a wonderful way to get the ball in the hole if all else fails - use your hand! Heather has been questioning why she lives in Thunder Bay!
After lunch and naps we ventured to the Captiva pool. Richard and Michael went first and we could hear Michael's voice as we approached with Emily in the stroller. Emily got dressed in her swim suit and Heather took her in "swimming". ...
... with him. The best Gary could promise was 3 to 5 business days to clear up our SIN identity problem. Very disappointing and inexplicable as far as anyone with banking experience felt.
We left Ocala happy to be in mid 70s temperatures and confident that with Michelina's help we may get somewhere. Her family were formerly Polish (hence the same name as Richard's grandmother) and she had had both a boss and dog named Thaddeus ...
... went to a Japanese Steak House for Hibachi. The chef Cooked at their dinner table and with lots of fire ... fun time! Sunday was Another fun day. Sasha left to visit her friends in Venice, Florida. Alex & Ro-Ro played Bocce, went for a swim, went bowling and had a great surprise on the way home. They stopped at the air gun range where two guys let them watch them shoot. Then one offered to let Alex ...
... through the historic/shopping/arts/and food sections of town regaling poor Marty with our recollections of B&Bs, former meals, tours etc. We have now been to St. A. three times!!
Lunch was enjoyed at Columbia. We indulged in a tapas sampler - garlic shrimp, mussels and red peppers were our choices. I'd have loved to have some Sangria but our waiter led us to believe that the bar didn't open until 1 pm even though people around us seemed to ...