La Quinta Inn & Suites Ocala
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When I last wrote I was celebrating the wonderful warm weather we had experienced. Since then, except for Tuesday, it has been cool and windy. Cool means highs in the 50s and 60s, and windy means north winds around 15 mph. Nonetheless there has been sun every day and that is so good for the spirits!
We took advantage of Tuesday to play golf at Belmont, a long narrow Executive course due west of here. Although McIlroy does not have to worry about my competition, ...
... maintenance they of course found carburetor and alternator issues in addition to the standard changing of plugs, oil and filter. This afternoon the sun came out and it is warming up again. Thank goodness!
I took my mother back to Orlando International Airport for her 2:15 pm flight with WestJet yesterday. We had a very busy week - hence the lack of entries. Of course Richard also had his computer back in Mississauga with him and it is hard to write entries ...
... weather promises to be good after threatening rain or thunder showers for several days. Richard then went to golf at Pimlico and I golf carted over to Colony Cottage Rec Centre where the Coloured Pencil Painters Guild's Spring Jubilee was showcasing their pieces. They were awesome and I was tempted by two card prints of Great Blue Herons but resisted until we see how much the house transactions set us ...
... Amanda & Danny's. Cindy babysat her granddaughter on Saturday night while I cooked dinner. Sunday was spent lounging at the yacht club, catching up on my internet banking and shopping for next week's camping adventure. While Bogie and I head for Ocala National Forest, Cindy will stay with Harper for an extra ...
... we had a homecooked meal that Margriet and I prepared of Spaghetti with shrimps.
It was an exiting day!
A little bit about Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach was once within the domain of the Timucuan Indians. Their local fortified village was called Nocoroco, believed to have been located at the site of Tomoka State Park. But war and disease would decimate the tribe. The city is named for James Ormond I, an Anglo-Irish-Scottish sea captain commissioned ...