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... the first coca cola bottles and had beautiful gardens and old house. The day after we left Mobile and drove to Tallahassee, the state Capitol of Florida. We stopped at the naval aviation museum which was amazing, lots of cool old aircrafts and exhibits. We stopped at a town called Seaside which was lovely with lots of cute shops and beautiful beach. Next we left Tallahassee and drove to Clearwater. We watched Forrest Gump on the way to Cedar Key, a small island with ...
... we were set to leave on our trip--put a fast priority on checking it out. This proved to be much more of a problem than a beligerent brake light! Even with Scott's speeded-up schedule, the work couldn''t be completed today since a few parts wouldn't arrive until tomorrow. Ingenious Scott, however, had a plan--Ocala Honda would put Matthew in a rental car so he could return to Gainesville. (Matthew's plans ...
... on heading up north to
about St Louis then head over to the west coast. I am thinking we won’t have an arrival time
or date yet but I am guessing we will just get there when we get there and not
a day before.
The motorhome is running quite spiffily (if that’s a
word)….We have made it so far up to “Elko” Georgia which is just south of
Macon, which is about 150 miles south of Atlanta. The weather here is a ...
... to try to make use of the wasted space from the high ceiling. Just weird. The third house was a more normal ranch home, kitchen was ok, everything neutral and a nice lanai. However, this house (the only one I would consider) is in contract and may not be available. That's the negative. Island Walks. This area is just being built. The models are incredible. The kitchens look like mine at home. The big BUT is the price. They tell you that the house costs under $300,000 ...
... was even a porch swing that we made use of. The next morning a hearty home-made breakfast was served in the dining room. Also present was a family from northern Georgia. During the meal stories were exchanged about our lives and travels. Our hosts, Donna and Paul Haynes, were eager to make us comfortable.
Once we had settled in, we started looking for a place to celebrate the 4th of July. The small town of ...