Inn On The Lakes
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... junk packed. But there was no room for one more item.
I went back up to the condo and did the last walk through with the leasing office and turned in all our keys and key fobs. And that my friends was that! We are now officially HOMELESS! What a great and freeing feeling. Unfortunately, we were now super sweaty (so much for the lovely last showers we took).
We squeezed ourselves (literally) into the van ...
... stuck in their ears. Another trailer with port-a-johns and yet another huge one for their "chuck wagon." Very few ride the whole trail coast to coast. If the real cowboys could only see them now. I'm sure they would feel they couldn't get enough for their cattle to pay the expenses. It's really something to see over a hundred horses and riders with all the support equipment in one place.
Around this time we got a response from one ...
... an incoming tide at Ponce de Leon inlet plus a warning of
rough water with more strong winds and tons more No-See-Ems along the
beach, I chickened out on proceeding. Turning around, I headed up the
Joe River trying unsuccessfully to elude the wind; I ran out of steam
at noon when I reached the South Joe Chickee where I spent the night
rather than paddle ten additional miles. Took it easy by reading ...
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 ...
... there was a performance by a family from Firestone, CO who travel in a converted school bus putting on shows. They were very good, actually, playing folk music and some bluegrass, very talented and excellent on their instruments. Twin daughters played banjo and guitar, the 13 year old son was amazing on the fiddle and the little 8 year old girl sang. Some good ...