Comfort Inn Fort Myers
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... in their summer houses, for their life time, enjoying fishing, boating and exploring South West Florida in their summer breaks.. Edison, Ford and Firestone ,while trying to find a natural source of rubber to be grown in USA, planted a Banyon sapling in 1927. Today it is one of the largest Banyons in the USA with a canopy covering almost an acre of land. It produces a white milky sap (latex) that can be used to ...
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... somewhere different to dine out for lunch, and swap 'tall stories'.
I dropped him off at Raymonds, then headed for Venice beach. Set myself up on the beach, admiring the ocean view from my sand chair, when BANG!!! the piece of pizza I had taken only one bite out of, was gone from my hand...... BXXXDY seagulls......then a battle ensued in front of me, as they arrived in bigger numbers and battled over the spoils. ...
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... transantarctic trek on foot and dogsled. Journal with
Lovecraft,H. P. At the Mountains of Madness. 1936. Sci Fi . Explorers in Antarctica
discover a race of aliens which live BELOW the South Pole. Then the fun
Scott, Johnathon. Antarctica . Nat Geo employee has traveled to Antarctica many times for work (and ...