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We got to Aunt Karen's house late yesterday afternoon. At this point, FAC officially started for Rachel. The girls got settled in Rachel's room, with a great deal of "help" from Aaron. Karen & Rod planned a Florida outside BBQ dinner for us on their newly refurbished deck, but rain forced us inside. Didn't matter. It's always nice to get together. In the morning we headed to Rebounderz, an ...
... next 45 minutes; it was absolutely breath-taking. Again the beach was littered with a variety of interesting sea birds, but this time there were also a number of people setting up for the annual “Never Quit Never” event, an organization that raises awareness for the plight of the less fortunate, from cancer survivors and those suffering from debilitating medical conditions to war veterans to POW/MIA soldiers. That morning they were holding a 5K footrace ...
... it's work, work, work, and write, write, write. Whose idea was the PhD thing, anyway?!?!
Meanwhile, I leave you with this cute photo I took the other day at the Tampa Lowry Park Zoo of Zsa-Zsa (mom) and Zuri (7-month old calf).
And if anyone in the USA is bored, I have plenty of (smelly!) samples you can come help me organize and analyze, but please don't all volunteer at once.
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Came to Camp Blanding on Kingsley lake ready to do some bedding bass fishing with brooks. We werent able to fish the first couple of weeks due to the boat being re carpeted and the seats being recovered. But once we got started it was all good. For the season I turned in to the FWC catch and release program a 10 lb 3 oz, a 11 lb 3 oz, a 12 lb 3 oz and finally a 13 lb 3 oz bass. My biggest before this trip was ...
... was thrilled to be back in the woods for some pristine swamp camping. Given the cold, however, the morning was a bit tough as we huddled around the fire and prepared ourselves for what was to be a long and amazing canoe journey. Neela and Shirish took one canoe and April, Chaaya and Devika hopped in the other. If you've ever been to Okefenokee you can imagine all that we saw and experienced as you access your own personal set of memories, and you ...