Americas Best Value Inn
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August 7th, Trip Day minus 1;
Well, after many months of preparation we leave on our summer adventure first thing tomorrow morning. Hopefully I can keep this blog interesting enough to get you all to keep coming back. As you'll quickly find out, Mary and I love food so this blog will more than likely gravitate to our food adventures. When my oldest daughter Heather was younger she actually nicknamed us the "Food Family". I'm sure we ...
Although we don't take off on our adventure for another week, today begins the official preparation. I checked my new camera for compatibility with my computer and looked into starting this blog. So far so good.
The idea for this trip started almost on a whim. My wife Mary and I decided, since we were now retired, we could go almost anywhere we wanted on a driving trip with only the most rudimentary schedule and all ...
... of at any time like you can in Europe, that is if you value your limbs. Not fancying 6hours in the heat of the day sat in a boat we kept looking, and came to Alexander springs, while the wildlife was much the same, the trip was an estimated 2 hours which looked much more attractive. The wildlife was excellent, alligators of course, but also turtles, herons, and ...
... in total. Twenty. One. Days.
Which leads me to the largest area of concern: Packing.
...a while back, I had lofty dreams of traveling light. I knew that a single carry-on would be next-to impossible, not only due to the length of my sojourn, but also the necessity of dressing appropriately for the convention as well as field service and visit to the local branch. I had hoped that I would be able to get everything packed into a single ...
... We headed back to The Rock and watched a quick slide-show of our week together and then left to head over the airport. We said goodbye to Pastor Randy and flew out to Nashville, switched planes, and then headed back to Orlando. We returned to our homes about 1:30 that morning.
We learned so much, and each of us learned something different: from how to throw a football to how to work electricity to how to tuck point to how ...