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... time I saw him,
I said his name, "Mike Fonfara" out loud, and he turned around! What an amazingly small world.
We went out for a bit to eat afterwards, relaxing right by the water - it was the perfect wrap to a very, very fun day.
... to spray paint our outside cast iron table. This involved moving the BMW out of the garage and it was a cold night!
Friday we golf carted to our exercise class and did some more chores. Richard needed more paint for the outside furniture and I discovered I needed some panty hose. We were going to an annual dinner party with the Villages Convertible Club and I had planned to wear a dress. Since it has been so cold at night the thought of bare legs was ...
Making the adjustment from one big trip to another (half as big trip) has been an interesting exercise is flexibility. This trip requires that we take along as little as possible - "if you can carry it you can take it". While we were able to avoid the long flights over the pond and back we have to ...
... some of my own. The fact that we came away without anything by no means negates the ability of these wonderful artists.
Publix was our next stop followed by Bargains and Treasures. I had not been in for some time, and certainly not with Richard. We found a desk lamp, some crystal candle sticks, a photo frame and a serving dish all to our liking.
I had seen a small sign saying "pecans, 1/4 mile" adjacent to the ...
Greetings all from home sweet home in The Villages;
Tonight Mary and I will sleep in our own house and our own bed for the first time in 28 days. Wow what a journey!
All in all we travelled 6,322 miles through 21 States. Mary spotted 45 State license plates plus 5 from Canadian Provinces and 3 from Mexican States. We traveled from an altitude of sea level in New Orleans. LA to 11,000' above sea level in Summit, Colorado. We went from a temperature of 109 in Palm ...