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... br> Across the very wide river is the city of Cape Coral- leaving the Edison Estate, we headed West, over one of the many bridges [ and surprised our visitors (who thought we were heading north for home) with a visit to the beautiful Marina called Tarpon Point ... .A luxury boat harbor and hotel complex situated on the water with another lovely outdoor Tiki bar overlooking the Marina- cool off time, before our 1 ...
... of Lake George with all the resorts. In 1775 The Environmentally friendly Mountain kids, controlled by Ethan Allen, gently had taken the fort. Benedict Arnold butted in and got the credit ranking. This became the 1st act of Benedict Arnold, which earned him the questionable standing of as an egoistic egotist and traitor. Fort Ticonderoga nowadays is really a privately owned dwelling history art gallery. Weapon cannon and shooting taking ...
... After an extremely warm morning and into early afternoon with temperature of record breaking HOT 96 degrees, by late afternoon it was "raining to beat the band" with 48 lightning strikes reported for our County. Nothing closer, than lightning and thunder at the same time.!!
Swimsuits packed and we've thrown a few things in the car and heading off to Barb's Condo in Venice for the weekend.
... tentative Australian trek, Kathy and I are planning: land in Sydney; then to Adelaide to explore German colony where we'll join in (for us) early Xmas celebration ; and on to Coober Pedy, now how could we resist visiting a place with such a name, I ask you? It is known for its Opal mines and is midway between Adelaide and ...
... pages related the Serengeti plain of Tanzania to the parched, icy surface of Antarctica. Exploring the relationship between man and animals in this
remote and splendid place. ( Since I visited the former 2 years ago, you can imagine I am fascinated with the contrast!)
Michael Parfit. 1985. South Light. Author blends science, adventure and lyrical