Bradley Park Hotel
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... aboard to grab all of his snorkel gear and his dive knife. I spotted Tony while Steve continued to keep us from floating in the wrong direction. Oh, did I mention that by now it was raining? Not raining. Pouring.
Our ordeal didn’t last for long. Tony managed to free up the prop and we were underway in no time! Turns out, we caught a huge tarpaulin. It had wrapped itself entirely around the prop. We had a bit of a laugh, Steve went back ...
... we didn't stay long and when we got home we jumped in the pool. After that we had some lunch. Jeremy gave the leftover ribs a zap on the BBQ and then we had them with hummus, tabouli and pita bread - so yum! Well, that's what Dad and Jeremy said. We had pasta instead.
In the afternoon we had a bit of a relax and watched a movie and played on the Wii. Mum and Katie came home and then we got ready ...
... our touring and history lessons we set out to have lunch at another well known haunt bearing the name of yet another famous Floridian, E.R. Bradley's. We sampled alligator fritters (had to try them) and Marilyn had some great lettuce wraps. Great food in an open concept restaurant where they can roll down some clear vinyl walls on inclement days. A relaxing atmosphere made lunch most enjoyable as the breeze, again, tiptoed through easing our overheated states. ...
... Everyone, including my sisters with throngs of nephews/nieces in tow, were laughing and enjoying the evening. A sigh of relief escaped me.
As it happened, this weekend was the annual St. Lucie County fair, perhaps the most anticipated event in our sleepy town each year. I had to give the Harrisons a taste of my country roots, so we piled in the cars and spent a few hours feasting on locally raised 4H BBQ, watching mini horse ...
... it. Traveling is such an important part of one’s education. I hope all of my sisters & cousins do it when they are in college. It’s incredible to reflect on how much I’ve done since late August. In only 3 and a-half months, I have…
1. Traveled all the way around the world, spending at least a day in all 24 time zones. (Yes, ladies and gentleman, I can now confirm that the earth is round, in case anyone had any doubts. Unless ...