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... act, and live a certain way.
I have to explain something that I call "The Fear Switch". If I allowed myself to be afraid of such things as: sleeping amongst the unknown wildlife creatures, crazy drivers, dangerous roads, bad people, rough cities, mountains, deserts, bad weather, isolation, hard work, even failure..., then I wouldn't last a day.
So, I turned all those fears off like little switches at the start of ...
... up some beer, headed to a beach - the first beach (what was this beach called Workman?) and Pensacola beach - and had fun playing bat and ball, horse shoes, swimming, and paddle boarding. We also met up with their friends and Heather's family during the stay which was really good - everybody seemed very relaxed and friendly. It was lucky for us that Workman and Heather were between jobs so everyday was the ...
... t strangle or otherwise murder me, 'cause I'm now typing this blog.
Next will be photos from outside and inside this wonderful museum. Josh must've thought this guy needed a hug - I think he's a signalman on an aircraft carrier? The photo of the family of statues made me think of our dear friend, retired Captain Chuck O'Reilly, his wife Norma, and their family. There must've been a lot of homecomings like this. I think the next one was ...
... Now you two are BUSTED. Everyone knows you're holding out on us. Hmmm . . .
And then we went to Hooter's! Larry said he wanted a beer, and he did indeed have a beer. The pix we got of Josh at Hooter's with his new friends are priceless. See pix of Josh and Friends. Nice, pretty friends. Yes.
When we got back to the condo, I found pix of our precious Maui. Ali had been out to pet him and love him and feed him, and all the ...
We hate to leave our furry friends behind, but I'm afraid the language barrier would be a real issue for them. Alas, Boomer, you will have to stay home and take care of things for us. How is it that these animals seem to know we are about to leave them behind on some fabulous journey. I'm certain they will make us "pay" in some form or ...