Seahorse Inn Beach Side
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Eaten by midges and mosquitos, and with the Manatees swimming out of sight, we ran back to the car. As we were coming out of the reserve area, Dean pulled over to see what a flock of buzzards were up to along the side of the road … we think they were eating a dead pig.
We finally got back to the hotel around 8 – 8.30pm – a long day which was a fantastic experience and a day we won’t forget in a ...
... in mid-air, expecting it to stay there.
The highlight of visiting the Space Center was getting to witness an actual launch. It was the launch of an (unmanned) Atlas 5 rocket, sending a GPS satellite into orbit, It may not have been as spectacular as a Space Shuttle launch (let alone a launch of the gigantic Saturn 5 rockets used in the Apollo program), but we were fortunate to see any sort of space launch at all.
... what you feel mom in this kind of situation! ;)
As you probably know, next week will be my last in Florida and Kirk told me that I will not work a lot because I want me to do a lot of activities before my return like kayaking, go to the beach, etc. I hope I will have the time to do all this activities!!
Unfortunately, for a reason that I don’t know I cannot show you picture because it doesn’t work but don’t be scare I will on it this ...
... we each began to glance up from our menus and at first look at whoever we came in with, then back to the menu and then up and then finally looking at the others at the table. On the right side of the menu was now listed in large, proud lettering COMFORT FOOD! Listed were things like, chicken noodle soup, corn, peas, mashed potatoes, salads, and as main courses --fried chicken and MEATLOAF. And on the other side of the menu ...
... would have been just a tad more cooperative, and perhaps if our timing would have been just a bit later in the season so as to capture the blooming of the spring foliage, the path of this part of our journey would have led us through a photographer’s dreamscape! But with nearly constant rain, accompanied by intermittent thunderstorms, some nigh-on-to violent winds, and even a case of ...