Hampton Inn Dade City-Zephyrhills
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So I boarded the Amtrak train in Lakeland and enjoyed the experience. The windows were wide and the seats big. Wait, maybe I meant that the other way around. Anyway, after an hour of watching small Florida towns go by Winter haven, Lake Wales, Indiantown I finally got the nerve to talk to two hot babes. I using sarcasm here. We talked for several minutes and they were impressed with my Spanish. Gosh, I forgot to get their ...
I was on my way to Starbucks when I passed by my old high school. It was late in the evening and thought I'd go in just to take a look around. The doors were locked but the librarian let me in. I asked about a few teachers. Most if not all had retired. Walking the halls brought back a lot of memories and made me think. How long did Mr. Moss actually teach?? Where did the carpet go? Where was Ms. Marcos? Mrs. Howell? Where the students like we were today? Oh well, coffee is ...
... is spent in wild and desolate places. Yet, they call to us to return, to come again, to revel in their beauty and their danger. The human history of the Antarctic is written in bold strokes and has common themes: bravery, fearlessness, adventure, passion, discovery. We came to the Antarctic to learn and to challenge ourselves. Would we do it again? IN A HEARTBEAT!
The people: The people with which you sail can make or break a trip. It ...
We've got another exciting year on the road planned - but only a rough outline in place right now.
JANUARY - Spending time in one of our favorite, home-like places - our friend Pat's place in the Webster/Bushnell area in Central Florida. We have several doctor appointments scheduled, and Greg's got a lot of projects he's hoping to get done on the ...
... lot of planes and a few antique cars. We were fortunate to catch a one plane demonstration of a German observation airplane from WWII and a special presentation about Rosie the Riverter.
After leaving the museum, but still on the grounds, I decided to try my skills on a 40 ft tower of ropes and wooden bridges and then two 300 ft sip lines. I could not talk Gary and Kim in to joining ...