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... within minutes from our house. There are mangroves, beaches, forests, and the Everglades. And our homeschool group gets great discounts to many of the local attractions. We are going to the zoo and Legoland with them.
The remodel is going well. Thomas is waiting on the kitchen cabinets to arrive so he can install them and has started on the guest bathroom. So for now, we are living in Naples!
... and his work with Edison. Very interesting museum.
Saturday 8 March was a free day. Some of us had a $5 breakfast in the RV club house. Then many of the group drove over to Sanibel Island to go shelling or just walk on the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day and not too hot. Ray and I stopped at the Lighthouse Beach and walked up to the Sanibel Lighthouse and did some shelling along the ...
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
The news today 2-28-2014 is discussing Barbie’s new plus size version. It’s a bigger Barbie who presumably likes to eat more.
You ever think about what a strange custom having a Barbie doll, or any doll, for kids is? Imagine you were looking at earth people as an entity from another world would. I can imagine two aliens discussing this.
"Let me get this straight. The species has this ...
... one ski. Both our children learned to ski behind Susan and Billy's big Glastron boat that ran about 75 miles per hour. I'm sure our children have great memories of our adventures with their family, Those were the days.
When we moved to Bowling Green and they moved away several years later, we lost contact with them. We would have never connected with them without my blog. Susan saw it on Facebook and contacted ...