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... interrupting to try and sell us stuff. They did have a raffle and some folks won some small things. Bingo was a winner for Ricky, but unfortunately he had to split the $300 pot with another guy. He still won and that was fun. Seems he won on another cruise, so looks like bingo is his game. He is going to make a great old person with his awesome bingo skills. After bingo, we stopped in the Orpheum Theater and caught the end of the comedy show and the ...
... I didn’t see any tourists turn into alligator snacks, despite their reckless behavior.
After the Everglades came Big Cypress Swamp, which was apparently hosting a bikey conference that weekend because there were 100+ people on Harley Davidsons that were parked at the visitor’s center. Upon finally reaching the Gulf Coast I drove into a rainstorm that hit the car like a solid wall of water, sunny and pleasant on one side, drenching and dark on the ...
I promised the kids that this summer I would take them on a road trip, so that's what I did. Regretfully when I first planned this trip Vera, Jennifer, Melanie and Uncle Rusty were supposed to join us. however as luck would have it Vera and Rusty could not take time off from work and Jennifer and Melanie were with their dad. So it was just me, Rebecca, Chris and Hubert.
Monday July 29th:
Our first ...
... search for a doctor to administer which was fruitless and lead us back to our regular doctor. He assured us that if we only eat cooked foods (sigh, no salad) and bottled beverages we should be fine. As a precaution, he gave us both tetanus shots. He also gave us prescriptions we promptly filled as emergency on hand supplies for antibiotic pills and cream just in case any coughing, diarrhea, strange bites should occur. I’m not sure if my anxiety ...
... even look back. There I was, all alone, abandoned by my child on the first night of the cruise. (sniff, sniff)
I watched that night's show (it was okay, but they save the big productions for the evenings of full days at sea), walked around the boat some more and then went back to pickup Nathan. He was still having fun, but I convinced him to leave so we could eat. We missed the fancy dinner that night, so it ...