Days Inn Ocala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
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... last decades of the twentieth century,
the greater Ocala area had one of the highest growth rates in the country for a city its size. The population of Marion County in 2000 was more than 250,000, up from under 100,000 in 1975.
... we only had 2 bouts of rain that effected us. Once when the guys were cooking on the grill it rained and on our way home we drove through a typical Florida downpour. Great weather, It's a God Thing!
You may be wondering how it was to travel for 47 days with your spouse and another couple. Being together 24/7 for that long can test any marriage and friendship. Our days would begin around 7 am, depending on the activity for the day. We would individually pack up our coaches, ...
Did you think I was talking about my head cold? Well you could very well be correct but I was also referring to the 61 degree temperature this morning when we went out at 10ish.
Richard had noticed that the new Bonifay Country Club was having a trunk show of Ecco shoes. They are supposed to be very good for people with back and feet issues so we decided to look into them. ...
My assesment of the elections
I do believe to some point in democracy, but this is beyond normal. In working like this people are being tormented, while they still don't get what either one of the candidates wants to do. And that is the big difference I see between the US elections and the Dutch. Because there are huge differences between the Liberals and the Socialists who are fighting for the lead. But it's mostly done with ...
... What a difference three years makes. The developments that were just underway when we were here last now look settled!
We had agreed to meet Doug and Helen Evans (Doug is a former PetroCanada colleague of Richard's and Helen was the one who introduced us to the Villages) at Sumter Landing for a late lunch at Panera's. Well of course we ended up talking for hours, especially as Doug and Helen have purchased a home in the Village of Santa Domingo. Sadly ...