La Quinta Inn & Suites Sebring
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... are re-enactors of a time when cowboys would drive cattle across Florida, either to the Gulf coast or the Atlantic to be shipped to who ever was paying the most money. The cowboys were called crackers because of the sound the whip makes, ergo cracker trail. Many of these re-enactors are not poor by any stretch. They come pulling in with their diesel pickups and aluminum horse trailers with their living quarters in the front and ...
... li>Interesting that one gets
cellphone service at most of the campsites within fifteen miles of
Flamingo – I was grateful that I could change site bookings on the
fly (with Cindy's help).
first Panther in the park near where she works :)). My turn next.
with a love for all living things; helped direct ...
... It was so fun. I had you sitting right next to me! Did you hear the beat? There was a guy there named Fred who was a professional drimmer. He has a business called "Primal Connection". Marjorie gave me a CD for the Mesa Singles drumming group. They should really like it.
Wasn't able to blog last night because I had to clean my bike. I took Hwy 60 through ...
... there were some spaces available before we got here), because we have reservations at our Thousand Trails Orlando Park already booked for next week, when Zach is here with us, and for the first week of March, when our friends from Northern Ireland are going to be here and staying at a hotel in Orlando. Again, we are reminded how lucky we are that Pat has allowed us to have our lovely spot for the winter at ...
Monday 7th August Another 5 hour flight with American airlines, hence no food and no entertainment (unless you buy earphones). They may as well paint themselves orange and call themselves EasyAmerica. No car upgrade this time around, and after battling the language barrier (Spanish seems to be the 1st language in Miami airport) we picked up a Chevvy Cobalt. Perhaps the oddest sounding car I have ever been in. If Ferrari mae an electric car, it ...