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... we got home. Unbelievably, she mailed it on Tuesday and it arrived at my sister's house on Wednesday.
When we arrived at my sister's house we got caught up on the recent goings on and just kind of relaxed. More stories from our younger days were told and Leon, as usual, had many interesting stories from his earlier life.
Leon is the kind of person that is always seeking to learn something. He is also a true adventurer. He ...
... across the sand I assume it is just a safety precaution. The sand on the beach was very flat and was hard packed. It was almost as hard as the pavement and your vehicle barely leaves tire marks in the sand.
We drove about half a mile and found a spot that looked just fine. That is, there wasn't anyone else within about 100 yards. Not that we’re antisocial or anything, but why not have your own little world to live in, right? ...
... our tickets and waited until 10:00 for our tram to leave. Being the first tour of the day it was lightly attended so we had plenty of room to spread out and have a good view. Our tram operator is a life-long racing fan and has been coming to Daytona International for more than 50 years. He was a friendly, cheerful guy and he obviously enjoyed his job.
We started out by driving around the outside of turn 2 and then cut across the track on the ...
... to walk back to the parking lot.
Cheryl saw a sign that said 1 1/8 mile, presumably the distance left to walk to get to the beach. Really!?! We finally reached the end of the boardwalk and found ourselves on the beach alright, but it didn’t look like the right beach. Cars were parked on the sand and were driving up and down the beach. I don’t think this is right.
We saw a lifeguard tower so Cheryl walked ahead to ask if ...
... understood why he was so keen to visit this rather substandard and definitely overpriced establishment. Then, when we arrived there, he did a very strange thing. He took off his t-shirt and put on a football shirt, and got David to take loads of pictures of him and Tom (who was already wearing a football shirt) in front of the building, just below the Crystal Palace sign.
it was only during the meal, when Chris was talking about Neil ...