Holiday Inn Viera Conference Center
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... to be a sniper in the US military. However, he is also an incredibly nice, down-to-earth, hard-working, dedicated, genuine person who loves his job and loves the animals he manages. The world could use a few more people like him and those who work at Rum Creek Ranch, and the pygmy hippos (and other endangered species) of the world certainly could use a few more billionaires who care about conservation.
During my visit one of the females had recently given birth to a ...
... So much for being a 24-hour restaurant, "always open" according to the Freestyle Daily newsletter. All she had to offer me were some horrible looking sandwiches (looks like those awful things you find in a convenience store pre-made and packaged) and some cookies. I asked for some cookies, and was displeased when I bit into one to find it was rock hard. Boo.
Sorted photos until the kitchen reopened. The waitress took my breakfast order at 5:35 ...
... cookie and drink - it was difficult realizing that this may be the only "meal" some of the children in town are recieving that day and even the next....
There will always be more need - consider sponsering a child - check out the website for those available to sponcer -
Also there are other needs - money for gas / upkeep of vehicles / electric bills / plumbing upkeep - the needs are never ending - but we can make a dent in it for them.
... we experienced a rocking boat. After a while you got use to it but every once in a while a wave would cause the boat to really sway and it'd catch you off guard. Our first dinner was absolutely wonderful and our waitstaff were very attentive. Ruthanna and I both had the salmon dinner for our main course, with Ruthanna having a shrimp cocktail and myself a scallop appetizer. For dessert, Ruthanna tried the chocolate decadence and I had ...
... and even a hug before we part ways. Now who are these people, and are we ever gonna cross paths with them again?? Do we even know their names?? Once again, it’s the people you meet that make the difference in your travels!
From the East Coast Down to Florida
We finished our inland travels and connected up with the eastern seaboard in Wilmington NC, and from there we headed ...