Thousand Palms RV Resort
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Thursday 10/30 - The Villages is located about 75 miles northwest from Orlando. its hard to describe how big this place is - in size its as large as Manhattan with:
- 110,000 residents,
- 55,000 homes,
- 36 golf courses,
- 1100 clubs and activity groups for residents
After dropping our bags at their house, G ...
... desk to ask if they had any, they didn't but there was a Auto Zone store a couple of blocks down the street, so I hopped on my bike zoomed off down there and purchased a pair. Getting the seat off was another nightmare as I needed metric Allen keys and I only carry ones to fit a Harley, luckily we found one to fit in Di's saddlebags. We quickly jump started it from a guys truck who was trying to help us and then set off to ...
... We also saw several shops in Wildwood - along Hwy. 301 - The Red Door, the Amish Furniture Shop and Babette's furniture. We were home for lunch as we had put a hold on three tables at the consignment shop with the view that Richard should see them. When we arrived one of the furniture movers brought to my attention that they had just brought in a beautiful white wicker bedroom set in case we were interested. He took us to the loading dock and it was perfect ...
... application with TD Bank over the phone. Doug Evans had indicated you could even do it on-line. We should know something by Tuesday and Tuesday is also the day the first inspection is done.
After lunch on the lanai we tried to get tickets for the Bay Hill tournament in Orlando tomorrow at Publix as advertised. Unfortunately they sold out so we will take our chances tomorrow and pick them up there ...
... table. Her paintings were beautiful. "You must have been an artist before coming to the Villages", I asked. She replied, " No, I just started painting when I came to the Villages two years ago!" She went on to explain that she always thought, as a child and growing up, that it would be neat to paint, but never really gave it a try. It is amazing to me that this woman found these creative abilities ...