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... and ready to bail....which we did and now I will be much more prepared in the future!!!the Yankees won 4-1 it turned out...
It became a DVD afternoon and we saw Foxcatcher...an interesting film about disturbed lives so definitely not your feel good movie!
Visited the Dunedin market. It's downtown every fir and sat and has an outdoor assortment of crafts and wares plus a large vegetable market.
Again cooler ...
... had to do a bit of food shopping at a Walmart which included buying an extra small suitcase to make sure we got everything back home OK.
The remainder of the day was spent relaxing either on the hammock or on the beach. We shall miss this when we get home!
We leave here tomorrow and return to Orlando. We have three nights at Disney World and our last two nights at Universal Studios so should be fun!
... had chosen to have a lie in and then spend some time in the hammock which is hanging in our garden. The weather has been so good today it would be silly not to take advantage.
We had lunch when I returned from golf and we spent the afternoon on the beach. I went for a swim despite warnings that rays were in the water. Pleased to say I got away with it!
Dinner tonight was at Johns Pass about a twenty minute walk away.
... field while the team was practising. We hung out in Champaign and ate at a good college sandwich shop. That night we went to a party that Courtney organized at her relatives house. There must have been about 30 members of her family there and I got to meet them all at once. It was a fun night, with good food and good company. Courtney was able to reconnect with her family that she hadnt seen for awhile. I could tell she was extremely happy having all her family around.
... I read somewhere that it is actually the widest beach in the States. Huh, interesting. This was a moment I had anticipated as it was my brother's first time seeing the ocean and playing on a beach. We have 'beaches' in Wisconsin. they are freshwater, dark sand beaches that run the coast of Lake Superior's Norther tip. They aren't warm saltwater beaches. Seeing him experience this for the first time was something that wrote home all too much for me. It seemed like ...