Windward Passage Resort
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... next ten days would be like cuz I found it online in the Passport America site. The daily cost for full hookups was a measley $16.50 a night. Because of the low cost I was a little apprehensive. Not to worry, it is a beautiful place, right on the convergence of two rivers. Namely the Orange and the Caloosahatchee River (How's that for a mouthfull Muade ??).
The park has a clubhouse, a laundry, ...
Had a two stop flight from Fort Myers to Quebec. Made it two thirds of the way then Betty lost her balance and fell on a moving walkway and tore her left hamstring. Needless to say we had to spend the night in the emergency room in Montreal where no one spoke English as a first language and none of the signage was in English. She was released in the morning and we finished the last leg to Quebec. We made to the ship but she has wheelchair and a walker for ...
... company run by native Indians and had an amazing air boat trip across the swamps. Our guide found plenty of alligators hidden in the undergrowth. Another amazing experience. We hit the road again and did the 130 odd miles to Naples, a very upmarket beach town. We checked in to the hotel, changed and went down to the bar and sat watching the most incredible sun set over a white sandy beach. Beer,, wine, sunset and live music.... a wonderful end to a truly amazing ...
... I have to confess (well apart from Rusty the cat who is American through and through). And in true Brits abroad style we Anglicised the feast - we had a big roast turkey, that part we stuck with US tradition, but for the side dishes we had roast potatoes instead of mashed, roasted veggies and sprouts instead of green bean casserole with mushroom sauce, and yorkshire puddings instead of candied yams. But boy did ...
... days later
when the wind was blowing quite strongly, my neighbors helped me to
roll it back up. Between the three of us, and none of us knowing what
we were doing, we managed to break one of the arms. I found a mobile
RV repair fellow (the fellow is mobile) and he came by the next day
and replaced the arm. He also gave me a lesson in bringing down and
putting up the awning. Cost of this learning experience: $150.