Days Inn Ocala West
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... installed an outdoor thermometer for me; is trying to fix his leaky tap in our bedroom; and cleaned up his bike. Now he has gone to golf Saddlebrook again but it is too cool for me. I have done laundry in anticipation of his departure and caught up with administrivia.
Next week it looks like it may be rainy - a good time for me to start working on the South Africa/Zimbabwe/Botswana trip. Everything is planned but I have to assemble it in one spot.
After a stop at the Florida Welcome Centre for a map and a drink of juice we drove into Florida! Our destination was 28 degrees, 50 minutes and 23 seconds north, 82 degrees, 00 minutes and 05 seconds west a.k.a.1964 Somerset Ave. - altitude 70 - 100 feet depending upon the day.
Our lunch stop was quite the unexpected treat. I had seen billboards for Wahoo ...
... laundry room with sink and cabinets and too much more to mention. It was built in 2012 and is professionally decorated. There are three eating areas making it difficult to know which one to choose!
We have bar-b-q-ed both nights and sat on the lanai to eat. The lanai also has a very comfortable sitting area which is great for reading.
Yesterday we took the golf cart for a spin to check out the new areas south of Hwy. 466A ...
... saw lots of bats plus fireflies that blinked about 3-4 times a second.
Cindy joined me at Mill Dam where we continued to the Juniper Springs campground; hard to beat at US$10 a night with a Golden Age pass. We had a great night BBQ-ing but got rained out on Saturday with no tarp; shame after such nice ...
... at the Ormond Hotel was his former business partner at the Standard Oil Company. John D. Rockefeller arrived in 1914, and after four seasons at the hotel bought an estate called The Casements. It would be Rockefeller's winter home during the latter part of his life. Sold by his heirs in 1939, it was purchased by the city in 1973 and now serves as a cultural center; it is the community's best-known historical structure.
Beginning in 1902, some of the ...