BEST WESTERN Gateway Grand
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... and behaviors. However, all of them want to eat something tasty for them so you should make sure you have all the ingredients. You may give your animals the rests of the meals you eat day by day, but there are also many suppliers that give specific dog foods, so you may try these. It is suggested to purchase special foods for your pets because these are made ...
On November 5th, we relocated to Williston Crossing RV Resort in Williston, FL – the birthplace of "Foolish Pleasure", winner of the 1975 Kentucky Derby. Williston, is well off the interstate about 35 miles from Ocala, and about the same from Gainesville.
The RV park is very nice, with wide, and very long paved and cement pad sites. ...
We all gathered in the parking lot ready for our day of driving. The whole drive was boring and uneventful. The scenery was the same the whole time, big paddocks and a few trees here and there. After we arrived at the campgrounds we quickly set up our tents but the humidity was a killer so we decided a swim was in order ASAP. Half the group decided to rent tubes and float down the entire river but I chose to check out a few of the springs ...
... Uncle Al and Aunt Marie live in a little one story apartment complex.The units have delightful little yards in front of them and some tenants had flowers planted and patio furniture to sit on. I needn’t have worried about imposing on these two; they were perfectly welcoming and such gracious hosts. They invited us in, gave us cool drinks, and comfy chairs to sit on.
It was such ...
... only in the 50s and expected to drop drastically during our hike so we were bundled up for the trek. We had our eye out for bison and wild horses, often seen in this area of the prairie. While we saw countless piles of scat, poop, and dung, we sighted the wild horses only at the very beginning of our hike and never did see the elusive bison. We also spotted an armadillo, a family of wild pigs (which the largest head was over waist high) ...