Red Roof Inn - Jacksonville Airport
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... geared to recreation for the campers, ie pickle ball, pool aerobics. We met some very nice Canadians in the park...we must be getting lonely. The weather also changed and we had high 70s and 100% humidity. We spent a whole day at the Kennedy Space Centre, the Apollo/Saturn 5 centre, the Atlantis, the IMAX about The Hubble telescope. Plus ...
... It seemed like it was mostly locals there because everyone seemed to know each other but it was fun to watch everybody. We watched the local blacksmith make steak turners and jewellery. He said he started blacksmithing right out of high school and had been doing it now for 20 years. He made it look really easy and simple but I`m pretty sure that was pure talent and practice. He said they actually make most of their stuff out of old cemetery fences that get thrown away when they ...
We set out early from Savannah at dawn with an outside temp of 28. I had already stored the water hose the previous night, so just had to put in electrical cord and go thru checklist then hookup Mr. Toad and head out. Light traffic. We have a 250 mile trip today but on mostly interstate out to ...
... You will certainly find ladies putting on gown shoes which have actually pointed toes that will certainly obstruct motion and which also have high heels that move the weight of the woman on to the round of the foot. Even guys sport shoes that can have their own troubles. This leaves men similarly vulnerable to troubles with the feet all triggered by bad footwear. This then leads to men and women both buying orthotics which they feel will ...
... 10,00 pounds.
Built for short, high-powered bursts of speed, the trucks generate 1,500 to 2,000 horsepower and are capable of speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.
Moster trucks can fly up to 125 to 130 feet (a distance greater than 14 cars side by side) and up to 35 feet in the air.