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It was a great feeling pulling back into Nature Coast Landings in Crystal River. We spent four days visiting with friends, riding our bikes, swimming in a real heated pool and of course sprucing up our lot for our winter renters. Several folks have asked what the inside of the Cottage looks like and we realized we had not posted any pictures of the inside. So we took a few. Here is where we slumbered, watched movies, read, knitted and made wonderful dinners.
... horses and that we would have to kick them to make them go faster. Neither one of us were okay with that option. So, as expected, we were behind the pack the entire time. We were also told not to let the horses snack or drink water on the trip. That lasted about 5 minutes. My horse followed Evie’s horse and did whatever Evie’s horse wanted to do, including going on a different trail than the guide.
After regaining the feeling ...
... it rained. off to cedar key.
cedar key is a funky fishing village. people are "laid back". lots of artists. nothing fancy. the rv park we are staying at "sunset isle rv " is a small family owned park. it has a restaurant which has good food. and everyone is very friendly. the sites are very small, except for ours . i think our site is the best(17). the park had a big thanksgiving potluck, but we had dinner with our new friends, jim and judy. judy ...
... first trip to the springs was short since we needed to get back to the campsite to cook up dinner before sunset, super good first camp meal - chicken in Alfredo pasta, and steamed broccoli. That night we were so thankful for the fan - but was still hard to cool down enough to sleep.
The second day at the park we woke up early and had breakfast, packed up a lunch and headed down to the spring. We hoped to rent a canoe for the day, but were unable to reach the ...
... is only 4 to 8 feet deep so they are easily visible. Though we all had wet suits, with the chill in the air, and the water temperature, we did not have high expectations that the boys would spend a lot of time in the water. As it turns out, Ezra made it all the way in, but quickly came out. Being more conservative , Adin dipped his toes in the river, and decided that was far enough. I give them ...