Econo Lodge Interstate
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... didn’t see any this time, though. At one point I was on the dock with Harley and Cheryl was trying to take some pictures of us. Suddenly a creature appeared from the bushes about 20 feet behind Cheryl. I just pointed and then yelled for her to turn around and get a picture. I wasn’t even sure what it was at first. I thought it was a raccoon but it seemed to be much too large for that. Cheryl did snap a picture and when we got home ...
... h17" or at least something along those lines. I collected Harley up and walked him, on his leash, around the area for a few minutes.
One thing I haven’t yet mentioned is the squirrels that are residents of the park. They are all over the place. Harley really wants to play with them, but for some reason they run up a tree when he approaches. They have actually gotten real good at tormenting Harley by running around and ...
... that New Smyrna Beach is the shark attack capital of the world. Really. Just Google "shark attack capital of the world" and you'll see. I guess my yelling "shark" could have caused quite a stir had we not been so far away from the rest of the beach crowd.
I took quite a few pictures but I noticed that something must have been on the lens. You will probably see what I mean if you check out the pictures. That’s a bummer. Well, it ...
... downtown Daytona Beach to take a tour of the Angell and Phelps Chocolate Factory. This candy store was founded in 1925 in Mackinac Island, Michigan. It was moved to its current location in Daytona Beach in the 1940s, in an attempt to escape the cold Michigan climate. They still make candy at this single location, mostly by hand. Angell and Phelps, the two women founders have long since sold the business and it is now owned by a Florida man by the name of ...
... notebook, buff, sunblock, Vaseline, bandaids, sunhat, headlamp, safety whistle, earplugs (lots of snorers in the albergues, so I am told), duct tape artfully wound around one of my pens, 1 litre of water and a few granola bars. Peter is carrying a small first aid kit along with scissors and nail clippers, a knife, a mini clothesline, an eyeglass repair kit, and an Ace bandage.
Whoops! I almost forgot… the all-important corkscrew!