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... near the water. Figures, right?! Oh well. After lunch, we drove through some very rural parts of Florida to get over to I-95. I thought the small roads stunk, but traffic on I-95 was awful almost the entire way. Lots of major slow sections. What should have been a 10 hr drive is going to take more like 12-13 hrs. It has been a hard and tiring drive for Darin. He's a good sport ...
... Kayak Somewhere: You might make a fishy friend! WDW - Do all 4 parks if you don't get to go often: You will regret only doing 2 or 3. - Ride the 7 Dwarfs Mine Train: It's super fun! - DO NOT use a Dining Plan: They Suck. Crystal River - Two Words; See Manatees. - Go to 3 Sisters Springs: The water is super clear and you might be able to swim with the manatees! ...
... is about 30 miles away. A general store is here, so sure we will not starve. The drive from Gainsville was interesting in that it is a straight road for some fifty miles with lots of pine trees and swamps. Just two towns between here and there. The park is just 1 mile from town and we hope to use our bikes alot. Very flat here. Seafood is the buy here. Pictures to follow once the rain has stopped. On the Road, ...
We spent a relaxing time with Gary and Laurie in Statesboro for Thanksgiving, leaving the Saturday after for a look-see and chance to sail at Cedar Keys on the west coast near Gainsville. This is a lovely area, still rather rustic and low key. I expect things will start to get more "developed" as we pass by Tampa on our way to our next stop, Gasparilla Island, above the more famous, and touristy, Sanibel Island. On the way down we stopped by the Homossasa Springs Wildlife Park, ...
... to a group of second graders and fielding questions from both children and teachers. After the kids went back to class we went to the cafeteria for a bite to eat and some conversation about Whispering Winds.
This area of Florida is a big logging and lumber center, no beaches or high rise condos here. Also, since the housing crisis the area unemployment is a staggering 11% compared ...