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... br> In February Dave bought himself his dream bike. A Harley. Beautiful. And it is so cool watching him train his dog Pete (real name Pete Potato Two Poo) to jump on the seat behind him. With a safety harness and some practice they will be a happy pair.
Another exciting thing that happens in February is the annual Cracker Trail organization ride from Ft. Myers to Ft. Pierce and through Hickory Hammock where they spend one ...
... li>Interesting that one gets
cellphone service at most of the campsites within fifteen miles of
Flamingo – I was grateful that I could change site bookings on the
fly (with Cindy's help).
first Panther in the park near where she works :)). My turn next.
with a love for all living things; helped direct ...
TIME WITH GOOD FRIENDS
This around-the-country excursion is as much about people as it is about places. We have been blessed as much by visiting prior (I don't use the word 'old’ anymore) acquaintances and making new ones as we have visiting places. Arcadia and Fort Meyers provided both opportunities this past week. Lori is a friend of a mutual acquaintance and invited us to park and stay at her mini-farm ...
JD volunteered to help with the assembly of a stack of new picnic tables for the campground. When he showed up they handed him a paint roller instead of a hammer. So he spent some time rolling on sealer. They did eventually put together seven tables though, so it was all good. We also met our neighbors, who are work-campers. They had some interesting stories to tell. In ...
... them fly above and then lost sight of them. While listening to Timmy and Terri explain all this on Skype, Ethan heard Terri say and then, "T flew away!" That was what we heard from Ethan for days. Whether in the middle of dinner or walking around Barnes and Nobles, Ethan would turn and say, "and T flew away!" How appropriate and simplistic those words are. He flew away and would later fly from the nest.
I'm didn't ...