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... I breezed through security as I am TSA Precheck and was able to bypass the regular screening line. I purchased a bagel for breakfast at the Great American Bagel Factory and headed to my gate. The plane was scheduled to depart at 6:28 a.m. and was soon in the air and headed to Houston (IAH). The flight was uneventful and I was glad I had Economy Plus seats for this trip. I was seated next to two women from Ft. Myers ...
... watched some weather channel prior to leaving so I knew what the day had in store, the first hour still in Georgia was sunny and nice but dark clouds were looming on the horizon, literally. We were on HWY 19 SB, and the rain started, lightly, just past Perry as we left the mainland and went out onto the pan handle.
The systems were in bands so the rain was never really heavy, and it was intermittent. Once again, ...
... to Fort Myers for our overnight stay on the way to Orlando. We went out for dinner and then hit a country bar which was ladies night so it was free drinks. It was super packed for a Wednesday and it was funny to see everyone line dancing and our group dancing normally at the ...
... to keep Ozzi quiet from disturbing the birds. It was an amazing sight to see all these birds enjoying the place together. Wayne took many photos and then returned to the car and drove us down among the birds. He said there was one surprise among the birds and as we approached I saw the the surprise was one huge alligator. Wayne had been down among these birds with this huge alligator just lying ...
Well yes siree. The continent itself while 98% covered with a mile of packed snow , a surprising range of life has discovered how to exist on the land. The surrounding waters are home for birds and sea critters for which the shrimp-like teensy krill provide a feast The ubiquitous penguin clan (birds technically...but not ...