Quality Inn Ocala
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Today was my third golf lesson. It has been loads of fun. You really have to be able to laugh at yourself. But there is nothing better than learning the correct things to do from the get-go. Yesterday we practiced chipping and today we practiced half and full swings. Every so often I look like Tiger Woods - yeah right!
Richard has been very busy in TWD South - both on the ...
... drag racing fan, a car buff, and especially a MOPAR nut, you have got to put this one on your bucket list. The center building houses all 34 of his "Swamp Rat" dragsters, many dragsters and race cars of other well known racers, and tons of memorabilia, engines, intakes, and other engine parts and related stuff. The second building has a collection of originals, ...
... and we were already tired of the fast food chains. It was off I75 at NW 39th Ave, right at the exit. Technically I guess it is Gainesville. We indulged in raw oysters and some crab cakes - both wonderful for our first Florida lunch.
By 2 pm we were home! It looked perfect inside and our thanks to the Watts and their Homewatch program. There was the beap one ...
... here, but we haven't seen any. we have seen lots of birds, herons, egrets, cormorants, annhingas, ospreys, bald eagles, (saw an osprey and eagle fighting), hawks, and pilliated woodpeckers.
millow got sick when we first got here, had a uti. we took her 30 miles away to Ocala to the vet for antibiotics and she is doing fine. phoebe got a tick here, even with frontline plus on her.
the last day here and it is pouring ran which showed us where the ...
... that monkeys were not natural to the environment but that they came there because of the Tarzan Movies that were shot there. Apparently the monkey's didn't want to leave the set, they escaped and than reproduced.
But Silver Springs was a very welcome location as the set to many well known movies, including:
James Bond - Thunderball (1965)
James Bond - Never Say Never ...