Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Marianna
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... sized car and clipped another smaller car. The truck was embedded almost half way thru the car. Terrible scene for sure. After we got by the traffic seemed to match my speed of 55, at least for awhile, then it was back to the usual 70 in a 65 zone. I watched the news, but no mention of the accident this time.
I got off good ol hwy 231 and went into a little town in Florida (Yeppers Yolanda I was in a different state by this time) ...
... in the back of the van on the way back to our truck, oh, and the canoe ride. Ended the day grilling fresh tuna. Oh man, definitely Ricks favorite. Sorry no pics. Rick grilled it perfectly too. And fresh sweet corn. Not as good as iowa, but still tasted ...
... and the "open" sign was no longer illuminated.
I made casual mention that we must have bought the last tickets. Soon a park ranger showed up and announced that power was out in the whole park and most of the town.
Apparently they have one main power pole that someone decided to run a truck into.
The ranger explained that the caves lighting would be out and that we would be taking a flashlight tour instead of the normal tour. This ended up being ...
... the Caribbean is just out there beyond the horizon, I think.
We rolled on and pitched up at a rural campsite, at a farm homestead - this is horse country. Have just eaten more gumbo at their Mustang grill, but the only music playing was James Blunt unfortunately. Now the bullfrogs are competing loudly for attention and will continue all night. Very warm and humid here.
We went heavy and hard all day at Universal and packed the kids, the tents and the smiles all in the van and started to drive north and west. The road trip began late and we watched the dropping temperatures in the car thermometer with a mix of thrill and fear. It was clear, however, that we had to put the hard core facade away, keep the tents in the car and protect the kids under some real insulation. In the dark and cold we arrived ...