Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Deerwood Park
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... a guided bus tour out to the launch pad, the vehicle assembly building. It was an expensive day @$50.00 each Even With The Senior Rate but worth it. Very interesting and the buildings and presentation were top notch. Highly recommend it. Expenses: Campsite Hana State Park 2 nites: $68.00 Campsite Seasons in the Sun 2 nites: ...
We could tell the weather was getting warmer with every little drive south we did. When we woke up it was comfortable and we were able to go outside in t-shirts and leave the van door open. It was a nice change of pace from always having to bundle up before leaving the van. It hasn't been uncomfortably cold for the most part of the trip, with the exceptions of a few days, but it has been cold enough to always have to put on hat, gloves, scarf and jackets when getting up to go to ...
... near Panama City.
Stopped briefly en route this morning to pick up some holding tank digestive fluid at an RV store.
While there we turned on the generator and the furnace and made toast and reheated some apple crisp for breakfast in the RV. It was still 32 degrees and the chill, ...
... are made with the sharp type of toes that limit movement, in addition to heels that are high and force a person's weight right onto the round of the person's foot. Men's shoes have issues too. Guys are also susceptible to foot problems because of putting on a range of shoes. Ladies and guys both purchase orthotics trying to correct exactly what footwear can not. Podiatric doctors normally recommend that their clients purchase and put on shoes and ...
... young Stein family embraced their new home city and quickly became involved in the Jacksonville Jewish Community.
Bevy thrived living first in Riverside and later on Lakewood Road, in the “new Southside.” As her parents both came from large families, Mom had many first cousins, and was close with all of them throughout her life, turning them into her surrogate siblings.
Mom loved animals and her own horse, named Buddy, a cocker spaniel named ...