Value Place Silver Springs
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Our first destination is York, PA where we will visit our long-time friend Sharon Loy (maid of honor at our wedding). While there, we plan to visit the Gettysburg battlefield. My great-great grandfather, Capt. Walter R. Perry fought there with the 10th New York Cavalry. We'll also go to the State Archives and the State Library to research my Pennsylvania ancestors.
It was rainy and yucky when we left Ocala. We hope to make it to Charlotte tonight. AAA planned ...
... former van had been sent to Orlando for wholesale disposal.
We took advantage of the fact that we were in Spanish Springs to seek out Mary at the Sales and Information Centre to ask her if she would mind returning the two pillows to our furniture on her way home. She questioned what we were going to do about the golf cart and we told her we had arranged for storage for the month before closing - if there ...
... went to a Japanese Steak House for Hibachi. The chef Cooked at their dinner table and with lots of fire ... fun time! Sunday was Another fun day. Sasha left to visit her friends in Venice, Florida. Alex & Ro-Ro played Bocce, went for a swim, went bowling and had a great surprise on the way home. They stopped at the air gun range where two guys let them watch them shoot. Then one offered to let Alex ...
... Amanda & Danny's. Cindy babysat her granddaughter on Saturday night while I cooked dinner. Sunday was spent lounging at the yacht club, catching up on my internet banking and shopping for next week's camping adventure. While Bogie and I head for Ocala National Forest, Cindy will stay with Harper for an extra ...
... we had a homecooked meal that Margriet and I prepared of Spaghetti with shrimps.
It was an exiting day!
A little bit about Ormond Beach
Ormond Beach was once within the domain of the Timucuan Indians. Their local fortified village was called Nocoroco, believed to have been located at the site of Tomoka State Park. But war and disease would decimate the tribe. The city is named for James Ormond I, an Anglo-Irish-Scottish sea captain commissioned ...