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Travel Blogs from Inverness
... time. Unfortunately with the absences from here we anticipate, I do not think volunteering will work, even though I would be happy to. There was also entertainment - a comedian and a woman who sang. The latter has performed in all kinds of musicals here in the Villages and had quite the repertoire and I even understood most of the southern jokes.
Tuesday I did a little gardening. ...
... us hopped in the Jimmy and road to Crystal River for their Manatee Festival. They closed off the main streets and had a lively street fair with live bands and food vendors. Sam and Lynn drove up from Paradise Pines to spend the day with us. They brought their dog, Bubba, so Ziggy had a friend to share the day with. We walked around the festival for a few hours then headed back to Homosassa for the big playoff game. We stopped at the biker bar, High Octane, ...
... itself was magical with candle lights near the end and a wonderful choir and numerous soloists - vocal and trumpet. As we were both under the weather with colds we spent a very quiet Christmas and Boxing Days. We did walk to get the mail but that was about it.
Today was really our first day out - largely due to boredom and after some chores. Both today and yesterday were warm (low 80's) and sunny and we decided to take the Fiat for a drive. As Richard ...
... in the south.
All golf courses are built before the homes around them and are considered a model for environmental stewardship. Every golf course north of Hwy 466A is recognized as a Certified Silver Audubon Signature Sanctuary and soon those south of the highway expect to receive the same international recognition.
Well enough writing about golf. Time to go play some at Pimlico!
... br> And lastly and most importantly, Nick. Nick returned home from Afghanistan on June 25th. We left on our Adventure on June 27th. With only one day to get over jet lag and prepare the coach for the many miles ahead, Nick took it all in stride. Never once in nearly 7 weeks, did he say a cross word, have a "bad" day or throw his hands up in frustration (unlike me). Ok, so he did roll his eyes at me one time, but that was it, just once. He drove over 9100 miles safely and never complained ...