Doubletree By Hilton Bloomington
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Now that I have no where to be there is no reason to make 500 miles a day. We decided to pull off about half way to Iowa. Having driven in rain for an hour it looks like it is coming back. We have stayed in this park some 20 years ago, but it looks like there are many improvements. As we pull into our site it starts to rain. It is always fun setting up in the rain. As the day turns to night the rain gets heavy and I am thankful we ...
... tried a fish we had never had before, called John Dory. I looked it up later on. What an ugly fish, but tasted great. Light, white and tasty with butter and herbs. Glad I had Euros...cash only...no credit cards.
After lunch we climbed the 53 claustrophobic (and some of you know I am terribly!) spiral stone steps to the top of the church. What a great view of the surrounding countryside. However, if you wanted a ...
We awoke for a quick breakfast and the return drive to Ft. Lauderdale. Finding lunch in time was tricky, and somehow there was a sense of urgency getting to the airport on time, even though we had planned it out and left in plenty of time. Made it to the airport, and safely home, though.
Home again, home again, jiggety ...
... which apparently involves the female watch while the male flies about and pecks impressively on various trees, making sure each time that she's watching.
Finally, eggs and biscuits were ready (have I mentioned I love cooking outdoors?) and we packed up the tent and all the various camping things. In the time that we cooked, ate, and packed up the tent, the two guys in the ...
... hard it is to get it from the farm to the market. From the market to my kitchen table, this is a much easier feat and one that I know I will do time and time again but I can still appreciate the long journey and the hard work that goes into getting hand harvested fresh food from the farm. My cuts and bruises are starting to heal but the memory and experience at the farm will stay with me forever.