Guest House Inn Bushnell
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... and we were already tired of the fast food chains. It was off I75 at NW 39th Ave, right at the exit. Technically I guess it is Gainesville. We indulged in raw oysters and some crab cakes - both wonderful for our first Florida lunch.
By 2 pm we were home! It looked perfect inside and our thanks to the Watts and their Homewatch program. There was the beap one ...
... are the amazing women I met on our journey. In 1985, Libby Riddles was the first woman to win the Iditarod. She gave a presentation on board the ship. And Melis Cody, the Mt. McKinley climber who has reached the summit of the highest mountain in North America 20 times. I will never forget these inspiring women, so filled with passion and determination. That these women have survived adversity to fulfill their passions, well, It's a God Thing.
Sure we had a few bumps in the ...
As I was packing things for the house this morning Richard admitted he is getting cold feet about the Somerset purchase as it has been such a pain getting things in order. With all the visitors we have not had a good chance to sit down and discuss it since we first thought it was a good idea. Personally I think a lot of the problems stem from the consideration of renting it but we have to examine ...
... Her mother was from Toronto! We are not approved yet but I can assure you we were ready to give up on this purchase thinking that this was a sign that it was not meant to be. Even the Property Management Agent, who we are interviewing Friday, has not followed through with what she promised to send us. Personally having dealt with them from the rental side earlier this year I am not surprised! One has to wonder if it is this ...
Each and ever day possible I make my way from my home in The Village of Bonita out onto the streets and trails for a quick two hour trike ride. Yep, at 63 I have started riding a tricycle, well the adult version of a trike. Most days my ride consist of a steady 8 mile ride up and down hills to a break point where coffee and water and a quick rest are taken. Once the rest is over the trip continues for another 8 or so miles and I end up back at the start ...