Residence Inn Sebring
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... and had to have a catchy "handle." Mine was "Sawdust." I could take a perfectly good piece of wood and turn it into sawdust, especially if a miter corner was involved. But after a few weeks and a truck load of lumber the cages were more or less complete. They worked!
Jean's brother Phil and family came to visit. They traveled a lot before, but life got in the way and they haven't been doing much lately. But when they pulled in ...
... wine the rest of the afternoon.
Spent another week cleaning house,
saying good bye to seasonal friends, visiting the keys for more local
Shrimp and Hogfish which is so yummy when blackened. Also attended
Elane's Celebration of Life which was held at the Fairchild Tropical
Before heading back to Canada, we
camped for two days at Highland Hammock State Park. With hardly
... 8217;d forget my lunch, she would sometimes walk home with me the 1.5 miles to grab a bite and get back to school before the bell would ring for classes to resume. Lots of fun catching up with Vickie and her husband Denny and their fascinating stories of world travel adventures.
And so, after taking a couple of photos for fellow classmates who are following our adventures, Larry and I headed back north to MANATEE country . . ...
... them busy. Terri research so many different adventure options, navigating through Swiss sites with no translation and found two very cool experiences that still have the boys talking. The boys were to do two crazy adventures while in the Swiss Alps. First, they were to do a type of hike that required them to climb sides of the mountain rock, traverse on wires high above waterfalls and climb ladders that led to ledges. Needless ...
... to help people with mental issues. She is well known in the subject. There were two ladies in her class that did not get along. Both had mental problems. Onelady would weep constantly. Both participated in the class. The idea is to close your eyes and paint what comes to mind. It's almost like finger painting with the paint placed between paper and upside down. One would push upon the paper and a design would be created. ...