Red Roof Inn Palm Coast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Since I started school in July of last year, and Zach has been working 40+ hours a week outside, we felt a vacation was needed! Since I go to a trimester program college, I don't get very much time offfrom school, but my spring break was coming up, and we really wanted to get out of town for the weekend, so we planned a spontenous beach trip a few days before it was time to ...
... and finished packing and prepping the house to leave. While Penny is going with us, the cats are not. With cats and plants fed and watered, we hopped in and headed out. Tally-Ho! The drive was fairly uneventful. We made our first fuel stop about an hour north of the GA state line, then stopped for dinner at the first exit in GA. My cousin Jessica and her family are on their ...
... afternoon of fiercely competitive bowling and one day of bronze God sun bathing And light house stair climbing ( 219) to the mix. Oh and the lure of the outlet mall as well, where I splurged on a Tommy Bahama shirt. My first such luxury and it lost a button the first wearing. Amazingly Ardeth has eyesight still capable of treading a needle!
They moved on to Dunedin and we turned the room around for Trish and Bill, fresh from ...
I have awaken at 5 a.m. to prepare for the ride back home. I'm getting all my things together that have not already been packed in my street glide bags.
I check the room one last time before going to the front desk to check-out and return my room ...
... nearby was impressive. We haven't heard or seen any for quite some time. Later on I was able to get a couple of decent shots of the red-headed wonder.
But the most exciting sighting was yet to come. We heard some "thrashing" in the palmettos and looked to find several small, dark animals scurrying off of the trail. I looked ahead and thought that they were small raccoons, at first. Then, of all things, an adult Javelina appeared! As ...