Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Lakeland / Plant City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... game the Dreamgirlz had. They are very good. Angie earned an All-Tourney. Went to the strawberry place to get some shortcake. The line was about 100 yards long. Looked like Disneyland. We decided not to wait, and went to eat at Buddy Freddy's, a Southern Home cooking place. It was great. Back at the room, watching the Grammy's. Heading to Montgomery, Alabama ...
The jinx of the number one seed. We show up to play at 1230. Beautiful day, 75 degrees. We play the same team we beat yesterday. Kinnco, from Michigan. We score 10 runs in the first two innings and things look good. Then everyone goes cold. They rally and take a 4 run lead into the seventh. We score one and lose by 3. We then play Grants Posse from Northern California. They won the worlds in Vegas. Game went back and ...
Sunny and a little windy. Fields in remarkably good shape. Outfields a little soggy, but infields fine. Started off with a win versus Kinnco from Michigan, 23-15. Then played Levin Financial out of Florida, 23-13. Earned the number one seed based on runs scored. We were tied with another team on runs given up. Play at 1230. Went to the banquet. Angie got her glove. The Wounded Warrior team was there and it was awesome. Actual dinner was not good. Bar-b-que chicken ...
Well most of our travels are over and we are getting geared up for school. Monday starts the beginning of our homeschooling, football practice for Nick and Sarah's arm check-up. Tuesday starts volleyball for Hannah which will be interrupted Thursday by her trip with me to Ethiopia. So I thought I would take this blog to share with you some of my favorite "Sights of the Summer."
My first sight this year ...
... who had been helping us recommended that we might want to try Lithia Springs....25 miles from where we were but with 50 amp power sites (we were at a 30 amp site). I had no idea that AMPS would play such a big part of my life as I have intentionally avoided all thoughts of anything electrical related.
Trek, trek, trek to Lithia Springs and eureka! It's ...