Marianna Villager Lodge
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... and come back and since we've been through this part of the country before, we've seen just about everything there is on roadsideamerica.com. Starting on some new roads tomorrow so maybe there'll be something new to see and post about on the next update.
Some things we've learned recently: 1. Dave and I don't fit in a double bed comfortably since he cheats and hogs 9/10's of the bed. I was wondering why my son ...
... Rivers State Park; children whined and grumbled, sleepy bodies shocked by the cold as we carried them into the cabin. We noticed the astounding number of stars visible overhead (none of those cozy warm clouds to keep in some heat) but little else before we all collapsed thankfully into the pre-heated cabin.
We awoke the next morning to a beautiful and tranquil sight. Where Florida meets the southwest corner of Georgia, ...
Today we said goodbye to the kids, and headed home. Tomorrow it's back to real life. Except being retired, real life isn't a whole lot different than being on vacation, except we sleep at home instead of hotels. Hasta la vista until the next vacation!!!!
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Shell and I left NCL Resort and headed out to our next destination, Falling Waters State Park. The GPS took us to Chipley and then to the park-----well not quite so-----dittzy our GPS (not Shelley) sent us down a red dirt road to the back entrance of the park. We were lucky that the road had just been graded and was passable. ...
... inviting in December.
Prior to pulling out, Kim fixed me a quick breakfast to start my day. I had such a great time visiting with my friends, and reminiscing with Gary about our glory days in Portland, 35 years ago.
I drove almost 350 miles today, arriving here around 6 pm. As I ...