Scottish Inn Gainesville
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... along the river. When we got into the water it was freezing. A guy had mentioned to us that it was probably around 71 degrees (f) I'm the springs but most likely 10 or so degrees warmer in the river. And were we glad for the increase in temperature when we hit the river. The springs water was so clear and they also had a few caves that people go diving in but some are smaller than desirable, roughly e width of a basketball. As soon as ...
... on history, Islam, Christianity, and politics. We didn’t have time to read his book, but I hope someday we do.
As the evening wore on, I developed a migraine, and Aunt Marie gave me an ice pack for my eyes, and I took some melatonin, and went to sleep early-ish. We had an early start the next morning to get to church in Fort Lauderdale on time. We said our good-byes, and hit the road.
Left a day later than expected but are on our way North out of Florida. Feels good to be back on Max. We are looking forward to a restful, interesting Summer. Our first stop is in Ohio for our nephews wedding. It will be good to see family again and spend time with my son and his family.
... Anita found a Peruvian restaurant near our hotel that got excellent reviews. Turned out to be great. We had an incredible beef dish with rice and sauteed veggies and Drew and Anna split a seafood platter with shrimp and fish prepared with authentic Peruvian seasonings. Got back to the hotel and turned in about 10pm to get some rest for our bike and airboat ride tomorrow. ...
... wife had lived her entire life in the area (and told us maybe we would move there after we got a little Franklin County sand in our shoes). They were very sweet and invited us to visit with them if we wanted to spend more time in the area. We declined, but this is just one of many experiences we have had since leaving Wisconsin where we’ve been humbled and touched by the genuine kindness that exists in complete strangers!