Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lake Placid
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After a full morning of packing the last bits of stuff from the condo, we soon realized that we had underestimated how much stuff we intended to fit in the Town n Country.
We had modified our first leg of our adventure to take our youngest son, Travis, to AZ along with our dog, Psymon. So that of course meant we needed all of their stuff added to ours. We loaded the car and after a bit of Tetris maneuvering (my fellow ...
... the second floor on top of an old grain room. They turned out to be Barred Owls that serenaded us nightly with "Who cooks for you?" We were very fortunate to be able to check on them occasionally and watch them hatch, do all the ugly stuff birds do, and then watch them as they fledged and flew the coop.
Mid January brought us back to the Tampa RV show for our third time. It's billed as the largest RV show in the country, but ...
... 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 ...