Courtyard Sarasota University Park/Lakewood Ranch Area
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11:30ish - 2:15pm We got to Venice. JP is unloading stuff here in this rather glitzy neighborhood. The guy here let me come inside the house to sit where it's cool. Poor JP is out there roasting and sweating. It is very, very humid. This job was supposed to take a half ...
Naturally packing waits to the last minute. Work mode switches on! I am a multitasking fool a hundred things going at once a big explosion of a mess one second then oddly organized the next. Love this mind switches off body very on. It's game time everything's in motion the calm before the storm is over roller coaster of life taking ...
There's a lot to be said for this traveling-by-car thing. Sure, taking a plane gets you to your destination faster. A lot faster. But there's that pesky luggage limit. Both in quantity and in volume. In a car, the amount of stuff you can take is restricted to the size of your vehicle. And the constraints set down by your fellow passengers.
We're getting ready to embark on another summer road trip, with a departure time set for ...
Today we headed to the Beach at Siesta Keys, I'm not a particular fan of flat white beaches where the only thing to do is swim around in a flat sea, then sitting around on a beach getting sand in everywhere and boiling alive. (which means funnily enough I actually prefer going to the beach in Britain, where there are waves, cliffs and its absolutely freezing) And I wasn't hugely impressed that was exactly how it turned out. ...
... ve been here, we have always been in a hurry and never bothered to look around. Bob discovered a small lake where model boats are raced and a defunct skating rink. Later we enjoyed “Deathtrap” and fell into bed.
Our Rand McNally entertained us with “millisecond” for MS and “Mobil” for Mobile as we traveled on through Mississippi and Alabama. Bob pointed out the USS Alabama ...