Paynes Prairie State Preserve
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Made it from Fairfield North Carolina to Ocala Florida. Pretty pooped but the hotel has a pool and we stretched out for a bit listening to the cars on the highway roar past. But, we're in shorts and in Florida. Ocala, in the central part of the state boasts the Ocala National Forest and from what we can see not too much else. Central Florida appears to be quite run down and red neck. Nothing here to keep us lingering. We have two more nights in motels before we can access our condo in ...
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I flew back to Gainesville to attend my graduation and was met by my mom, dad, brother, grandma, and a few close friends from the program. Stayed in Gainesville for a few days and then went to Clearwater Beach to celebrate (party) before heading to ...
Menu Item: Ox Tail with Steam Cabbage, Plantains, and Rice & Peas
Notes: I also had Mango Aleo Vera to drink
Comments: The ox tail has bones in it about the size of half dollars. The meat is very fatty which gives it flavor but you have to pick around all the fat. It ...
... ever after. We're safe until next year; the house wasn't for sale! Micanopy is a typical, sleepy 1940's southern town with the spanish moss hanging from the trees and it doesn't appear to have been touched by modern civilization. The one little main street has been taken over by antique shops and a few artists. Just a neat place to spend an afternoon, getting away from the hustle and bustle. One interesting fact about Micanopy is that this is the ...
... probably accept us as members!! (see pic below)This club seems our speed! A hand written plywood sign welcomed and encouraged new members! Loaded the kayaks back up and headed up to St. Georges Island via the back roads connecting to the secondary route 98. We cruised through thousands of acres of horse and cattle country and intimately made it up the the coast by night fall. Still being hours away from the ...