The Inn at Wildwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as we travel, and making new friends along the way.
Our travels in 2014 included 49 Meet-ups with family and friends - that's almost one every week!! And many of those meet-ups included several friends or family members all at once - like the wonderful gathering I enjoyed with 8 of my former co-workers in Riverside, California. This, of ...
... in 1833 on the western tip of the island, at the Gulf's channel toward the port of Apalachicola. Difficult to see by ships approaching from the eastern Gulf, when the 65-foot tall light was damaged by storms in 1846, it was decided to rebuild the lighthouse at the island’s southern cape. The second light, completed in 1848, was about 75 feet tall and made using materials from the 1833 lighthouse. It lasted three years, until it ...
... the Amish baked goods and great Maine Lobster!!
Our last 3 days on the road have been spent in Crawfordfville, Florida visiting our 3 little grandsons. We were able to see the oldest Justin play football, have a great family dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant and enjoy a great Sunday going to see Boxtrolls and then a trip to Chuck e Cheese's for ...
Our trip started today!! To say we are excited is an understatement:) It takes a lot of effort to get things loaded for a 4 month trip, but well worth it. Our first day took us to Crawfordville, Fl to visit our 3 wonderful grandsons. We will be staying here for several days and visiting the boys.
We had to stop in Ocala to fine tune ...
... of water that had to be crossed in order to get to the Carrabelle River, where most of the marinas were located. This passage was somewhat intimidating for us due to the size of the bay and the juxtaposition of several small islands blocking the entrance to the river. By this time, dusk was approaching and we were very happy to follow our captain friends because they knew where they were going and we did not. Lucky for us, the marina operators, being friends ...