Rodeway Inn Okeechobee
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... Safari, the CD talks to you about different animals that you see. I saw some lions, giraffes, rhinoceros, big turtles, zebras, antelopes, Indian buffalos, chimpanzees and flamingos.
For my last weekend, I’m enjoying the beach! I just have to cross the street to reach it. I went to the beach yesterday and today and I’m supposed to spend the afternoon there tomorrow! On the morning, I have a kayak ride with Tessa on the Indian River Lagoon.
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... of where your reserved seats are so everyone can afford them. He is the top selling solo artist of the 20th century and we can see why. Garth put on an incredible 3 hour performance where the majority of the crowd knew most of the words to his songs and sang along.
10/18 – After such a great night we drove to Sunnier Palms just outside of Fort Pierce- a place we have stayed at 3 times previously, and we even had our same ...
... is the fact that some people will try to legalize harder drugs. A state can put in place a clinic to be sure that someone really needs medicinal marijuana for medical purposes. This clinic will be able to provide more control. I hope that more states in this country will legalize medical marijuana, because many people need marijuana for suffer less from a disease and to have a better condition of life. More people need to be less conservative and to understand the situation of these ...
... care of life and household chores. I worked on my taxes and sent them to my accountant, contacted Sam Farr (local representative) for help with Social Security issue, gave Willow a between grooming haircut, washed a good portion of the MH outside and cleaned inside, found a place to get my oil changed on the way to the state park next week, and research my route north.
Everything here at the rv park is covered with pine pollen, a fine yellow dust similar ...
... headed south down I-95. We stopped once for a bathroom. After passing the resticted NASApart of the shore and busy Cocoa Beach, we crossed back to the barrier island anddrove down the famous coastal road A1A, past beach clubs, resorts, and shuttered beach houses withdolphin mailboxes. As the island narrowed and real estate came harder to find, we approached the wilds of Sebastian Inlet. I meant to snorkel here, but the short winter day had other plans. (I try to avoid the ocean ...