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Just a quiet day. Trudy fixed great breakfast casseroles, Ed and Gene settled down to watch the Daytona race, the rains came to Daytona, the girls went shopping. Not much happening. Had some good Mexican food at La Finca, came back and watched the race, finally restarted. Tomorrow we start our big push for Florida. Hope to be there Tuesday evening.
5400 miles so far.
Reluctantly packed up and left Port Aransas. It was the kind of laid-back, not too commercialized place that we have always liked. Would definitely return, but it is a LONG way from Michigan or North Carolina. Lot of people from Minnesota, Dakotas, Midwest vacationing here. RV heaven - you can park your RV right down by the beach - have to get a Parking Permit, but still pretty cool. Took the ferry across ...
We had two days of bike riding here and spent three nights. I think it was our second day of riding that we saw gators. I had just sent David a text, saying we were hunting for gators, and I looked out on the lake and saw one swimming in. The park really cleared out today with only 3 campers on our loop. It was busy yesterday with locals and a number of Scout Troops. There are cabins here, showers and miles of ...
... hit fifty five degrees. I almost had to wear long sleeves but survived in my shorts and tank top. Lynn had here raincoat, but abandoned it as we picked up steam and made haste.
We had lunch after our two hour outing and then she decided that Nieman Marcus Cookies would be the next project. We had purchased a small Oster Food Processor when we were last at the Dubya Place. It quickly turned ...
... not believe the birds! The cries and birdsongs were everywhere and amazing. And, just like the sign says, there are GATORS!
We were walking along and watching a few species and I pointed ahead to Lynn and asked how she liked that? It was about an eight foot alligator laying at the edge of the trail with half of his tail on the trail itself! Very cool... We walked at the opposite side and got around him without incident. Even ...