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... Fudge Brownie, The Tonight Dough and some mint chocolate flavour I forgot the name of.
On our last day, well half day, we all packed and said goodbye to the house (we didn’t actually, we just walked out the door). On the way to the airport we ordered lunch at Subway and ate it in the car. Once we arrived at the airport we said our good-byes to Grandpa and Grandma and then from then it was basically the normal airport ...
... a less windy spot for the Parade of Lights then waited for the castle light show and some terrific fireworks and music. Much of the crowd left then so we stayed a bit more to avoid the rush. Kept going into the stores to get warm, stopped for a Mickey music show and had a no-waiting late night ride on the teacups. What fun! We were pretty frozen but didn't leave til11:00 pm. I guess we must have had a wonderful day! One we will ...
... couple of months.
Kirk and Pauline left the following morning to visit Anne and Ernie in Brooksville, which we discovered, is not far from here. The following day they expected to see Dave and Judy in Dunedin. The temptation was very great to join them, however, this week Richard discovered his presence was requested in Calgary next week and he worked quite a bit to prepare for that meeting. That means he will not be able to join me on the Villages ...
We drove into Bushnell today to see the re-enactment of Dade's 1835 Battle with the Seminoles, which took place in this area. Having never been to any reenactments before, we weren't exactly sure what to expect, but found it to be very well done, informative, and a memorable experience. I got a LOT of good pictures, but it's late right now, so I just wanted to get this entry noted before I forgot to do it. Pictures will follow!
... I still remember Michael asking whether we could eat outside when he visited in April.
We also made it to the Belvedere library. Richard and Michael used the golf cart and the rest of us drove. They have a wonderful children's area where we all hung out. Michael found some computers to play Dora and Diago on, and Emily crawled around looking at board books. Of course we had to borrow some to supplement the ones Heather had managed to bring down.
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2612 West County Road 48, Bushnell | 2 star hotelfrom $50