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So thankful for ricks driving.... Went through underground bridge, many long over the water bridges and lots of miles today. Saw Mississippi, Alabama, and now in Florida. Takes 2 days to get through Texas and 2 hours to get through Mississippi and Alabama. Drove through New Orleans but didn't stop. Do have an answer to one of our questions... No, eating creole food doesn't help with Mosquitos. Oh well, didn't hurt to try! We did find ...
... all it has to offer. I am not only looking forward to teaching but also living in a new country. I never dreamed when I was a kid that I would be teaching outside the United States. I am thankful I will have friends who can help me adjust to my new adventure.
I will update as often as I can and post many pictures of my adventures over the next year. ...
... decided to look around on our own.
The museum houses dozens of airplanes from WWI to current and each one is an actual working example, and not just a display piece. The displays are in somewhat of a chronological order so you can watch the progression of the aircraft. Also, there were a number of displays of airplanes that were only the cockpit and allowed visitors to get inside to see what it felt like to be in the pilot seat.
... and Panama City and found many more miles of white sand beaches. About 2 miles from the campground (an easy bike
ride away) was a small touristy town where the sidewalks were lined with about
8 small airstream campers converted into snack bars, each one serving something
different; hot dogs, sandwiches, tacos, soft drinks and beer. We definitely want to plan another trip to
spend more time on the panhandle and the beaches.
... to drink and talk into the wee hours. I was reminded of the many times that varied groups of us have gathered in this very spot or out on the porch looking over Seville Square. Those trips also seemed to include lots of laughing and playing, and typically involved at least one ridiculous adventure, such as building human pyramids in the side yard, sneaking into the historic village to pick a tomato for our salad, or climbing the oak trees in the square like ...
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