Americas Best Value Inn
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First a warm welcome to all of you to our travel blog, with a special thank you and welcome back to all of you who followed us last year on our driving trip through the US.
As with last year's blog we're doing this more to record our travels for our own memories than anything else. On the other hand as I looked back at last year's blog I noticed we had over 1,000 unique visits from folks all ...
... 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 ...
... Rec. Centre. There were kayaking, hiking, bird watching (at Cedar Key) and biking opportunities that interested me. The Villages are too manicured for a true nature hike. We even managed to get a bratwurst sausage and hot dog before going to the Hilltop Golf Course where Richard was golfing at 12:30.
This was the first time I joined him on a course this year and we both ...
... phone number and she was in Arrivals - though they don't call it that! - but had managed to come with only carry-on. I need to learn how to pack like that!
As Marty ( a world traveller) had never been to Florida we took a slower route home in order to show her some of the countryside. By the time we got home it was time to hit the square for Happy Hour and it was market day - the same stalls as last week but this time everything was in daylight. There was a band of ...
... 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 ...