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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Starke
We enjoyed our stay very much.
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... ignition modules. $1000 later all is well and loading and testing began in earnest. Oh yes, I was convinced at Sun ‘N Fun to install BIG tires. I’d been reticent to do this, but was convinced that this is for safety when landing on unimproved strips. It is definitely not “big tire envy!” I have installed an 18 gallon Turtle-pac in the rear seat. Even full, it’s much less than the weight of a person, so no problem ...
... up with ice cream at Ted Drewes. Erin & I fought off hypothermia as we ate our ice cream in the parking lot, using the car to shield us from the wind. From there we said our goodbyes and got on the back on the road, determined to at least get a few hours of driving behind us. We ended up calling a Holiday Inn after (surprise!) the phone lost signal and getting a discounted room. All those years in the army finally paying ...
... conveniently located in the Walmart parking lot where we are staying. We had checked it out earlier and they had a pretty nice gluten free menu for Cheryl to choose from.
I had the wood grilled Chilean Sea Bass with sweet potato mash and Cheryl had something called Lily’s Chicken which was grilled chicken breasts covered with feta cheese, spinach and artichoke hearts along with mashed potatoes. Karly got the Shrimp Pad Thai. I didn’t ...
... J. T. Glisson, The Creek
The last day of our program had arrived and that is always rather disappointing. After breakfast, J.T. Glisson spoke again. He had some more very entertaining stories, a few I knew from The Creek and others had to do with his flying adventures and how he met his wife, Pat. (Pat came with him this time and ...
... special hat. Joe said it made him look like "a drunken leprechaun" but he wore it the whole day!
When we arrived at the Paynes Prairie Visitor Center we saw a film about the park. Then our guide/ranger, Andy, led us to an observation tower, where we could view the actual prairie, complete with wild horses! We were lucky to have Andy as our leader; she was very personable and knowledgeable. When we got back ...