Travel Blogs from Hollywood
I've got everything set out, I've made several lists and made sure to check everything. I've got 4 travel books, several maps, and over the weekend I dropped Bunny off at Alyssa's Mom's. Cindy was more than nice enough to agree to watch her for 3 weeks. I had a great time over in Cape Coral yesterday and today. Reality of this trip is really starting to set in. I reconfirmed my flights this morning.
... to look. Not quite the Titanic, but definitely plush. The ship itself is a bit smaller than we've sailed before. It has 1988 passengers and 980 crew. Interestingly, our captain is a woman! Our stateroom has a balcony and a clear view of the ocean. We are hoping it will enable us to view the canal without crowding up on the decks. Unfortunately, we are stuck with the 8:30 dining time which is really a bit late for us, but there is a waiting list of 150 to get the earlier ...
this hilly terrain…, I am assuming it is done somewhere else.., although beef
in an accessible source of food and protein.., rabbits are the easiest and most
prolific to raise and sell..
Many, restaurants raise their own rabbits,
fish and chicken… these will be found alive, in cages, around the back.., but
with your order and the skill of the sharp cleavers and knives.., they will
quickly appear as the entrée on your plate!
To be ...
... teak and stainless fish box from a Sport fishing yacht.
In the early days of this construction, we likened ourselves to be primitive mountain men of sorts as we sat around a camp fire proudly eating food from wood boards with our hands. We even began talking like we imagined they would… It was a fun time.
THE LAND, FEB, 1982
Well, thangs are pertner as good as dey kin be. Bought us 'dis property sommers yonder, ...
... side of the bed. My favorite addition was the aerodynamically shaped wood box that I mounted on the cabs roof which carried all of my clothes--- making me truly mobile. “Wherever I went, there I was.”
I took great pride driving down the highway at 60 mph, with the windshield down and the radio blasting;
While in Miami with the newly established Old Smuggler Rugby Club, I got inspired to paint the teams Pirate Ship logo on the ...