Grande Caribbean Condominiums
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... when packing up this morning, he was in one of the leveling blocks underneath the tire. Kids wanted to take him with, of course. Find it interesting that each state has a different "feel" about them, pretty neat! Arrived at Santa Rosa beach state park, very beautiful, and HUMID! Love our campsite. Lots to do around here will be tough to decide, or would be if there were limitless funds. There are definitely some bucks around ...
... to rinse off.
Cheryl and I decided that since we were so hot and sweaty today we would take a dip in the pool before dinner. It was pretty nice. We showered and headed in for the night. Cheryl headed out to do some laundry since we will be dry camping for a couple of nights.
While she was heading to the laundry room, she saw a lot of commotion going on in the street in front of the park. A life flight helicopter had just landed ...
... and her family helped her welcome Florida. She was also nearby for the birth of their second daughter so big smiles there. Cute kids too. Making new friends here and being involved with her church has rounded out her adjustment.
Well, by the time they left around 2:00, the detailer, Ty, still had not arrived. Wanting to be able to plan the afternoon I called to see what was going on. He said that one of the jobs he was on ...
... was filling us in on things, he mentioned that if we ever had any questions to ask the man next door. “He knows everything,” he told me.
I said hello and we began talking. I told him what the manager said and he laughed. He then told me that he had been here for over a year. I clarified that he meant for the last year straight. He said that they got here in April 2014.
We talked for a while and I learned that he had ...
... in Bill Given’s work to use conditioned taste aversion to keep wild predators, especially lions, and domestic livestock apart. We believe in the work being done in the Maasai Mara to establish wildlife conservancies where wild and domestic animals are kept apart and both flourish. We also believe in the efforts of the dedicated professionals in Kenyan and Tanzanian wildlife protection agencies to preserve their wildlife heritage.
We condemn ...