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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everywhere! It sounded like an invasion, and with the high reeds and dense bushes and tree foliage along the river banks (it was a cypress tree swamp before the trees were all cut down to build houses), you can’t see anything! It’s like navigating the Okavango Delta in Botswana, but instead of an elephant or hippo crashing through the vegetation to eat your boat, these massive airboats came popping out of the reeds and crashing onto the water! And as fast ...
... I flew from Perth to Florida at the end of April, and my lab work officially started last week, ironically on the day of my 40th birthday. What a way to celebrate!
I'm drowning in hippo dung, but things are going well so far. Lots of exciting information will be forth-coming soon! And I am sure I will have time to have an adventure or two while I am here, so there may also be some more fun travel blogs in the future. But ...
... 15 oz from many years ago. Thanks to my son brooks who had the patience to allow the old man to actually catch some this year. we also took little allen and gene Mcdaniel out and each of them were able to land fish. Can't wait to do it again next year. As usual Camp Blanding is an awesome place to spend the winter lookin out over the lake. Plus we are close enough to get to see the kids and grand kids while ...
... for what was to be a bone chilling night. The roaring fire kept us warm as we ate the most delectable Cup of Noodles on earth. It never ceases to amaze us how the most ridiculously bland and uninteresting food becomes so delicious when we are out in the elements.
In Georgia, the cold spell that has enveloped so much of the continent finally caught up to us.At night, the temps dropped to 38 degrees, but our bags and tents kept us cozy; the ...
... inside and fitted with a load of high tech computers, most of which I couldn't tell you what they did even if I was allowed to! I'm not sure how much I can actually say about what happens inside as most of the things they were using were marked 'Secret', but I can tell you it's a Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft so we spent a lot of time over the sea. It was a training exercise though so we were flying just off the coast, so I got to see NASA at Cape Canaveral and ...