Tropic Terrace of Treasure Island
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... was even a porch swing that we made use of. The next morning a hearty home-made breakfast was served in the dining room. Also present was a family from northern Georgia. During the meal stories were exchanged about our lives and travels. Our hosts, Donna and Paul Haynes, were eager to make us comfortable.
Once we had settled in, we started looking for a place to celebrate the 4th of July. The small town of ...
This time it was a lizard. Not a bird, not a snake, and not necessarily my co-pilot- but an evil clingy beast who found his way into the house during last night's ferocious thunderstorm. Jessica had gone to bed and I sat on the sofa near the kitchen table talking to her through the wall while partially watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on my computer. My attention was distracted by a movement on the cupboard on the far wall of the ...
... spoiled by such luxuries. Kids and even most adults in America are unfamiliar of homes without air, running water, and flushing toilets. Although the lack of functional utilities was all they knew, I give respect to our grandparents who grew up excitedly taking car rides just for a gust of cold air; fetched water in a pail from the spicket outside; or used an outhouse IN THE DARK as their facilities. We despise cleaning toilets but at-least we have ...
... Amy, Ben, Margie and Tom, Cari, Rick and Karen, all gathered at the house for a reunion in a belated celebration of Father's Day. Rick and Karen had been in Europe during the same period as us, but on a cruise of the Mediterranean. It was fun to compare notes. We were even lucky to have a visit from Barb's cousin, and his wife, who we hadn't seen in years.
... at the Gulf Drive Café. Since my last trip to Anna Maria four years ago the café size has tripled. The entrance has become a gift shop and ice cream parlor. An extremely large tiki bar known as the Kokonut Hut has been added to the south of what was once the main building. The food was okay, but to pay for their additions the prices are not worth the taste. A root beer and Patty Melt with a side of mashed potatoes totaled ...
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