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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but older, wooden chair he had recently acquired. Can’t pass up a good wood chair. He said he would use it when he sewed canvas, which he was going to use to make a shade for his boat. Oh yeah, Leon can do about anything with anything. He is pretty fearless and isn’t concerned with failure. In fact, I don’t think that word is even in his vocabulary.
I also got my first, and only, Florida mosquito bite while ...
... in May was a bit early this year so Memorial Day is nearly upon us. Memorial weekend is a busy weekend for the RV Park. Somehow being retired makes you forget when the actual holidays are. You know, every day is a holiday when you are retired.
I spent a couple hours this afternoon planning our route and stops after we leave here on Saturday. I am trying to plan the rest of the trip now because I need to know how much we can get ...
... items in a couple of ice chests (thanks, Leon for the electric ice chest) and then we used the ice maker, that is a stand-alone unit in the motor home, for all the freezer items. We then put bowls of hot water in the freezer to speed things along, and I used a hair dryer (not recommended by any manufacturer – but is highly efficient if used properly) to defrost the metal cooling fins. Voila! In about 30 minutes we were frost free and ...
... on the beaches of Daytona. A race course was actually set up on the beach. NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. began planning the track in 1953 in hopes of promoting the racing series. In November 1957, construction began on the 2 ½ mile race track and was completed in late 1958, at a cost of $3 million. The Inaugural Daytona 500 was held in February 1959. Today, the race complex is undergoing a $400 million renovation that is dubbed Daytona Rising.
... bag on the leading and screwing the top on more than it. When a zip-secure bag will prevent spillages from wrecking things, this technique prevents stuff from spilling from the beginning. This is a hint for tourists! For tastier coffee when vacationing in a hotel, use ice-cubes as an alternative to tap water. Many hotel rooms arrive equipped with a compact coffeemaker, but using faucet water usually leads to inadequate caffeine. An ice ...