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... Ralph Lambito and his 8-year-old daughter look out at Crystal River after their River Ventures swim-with-manatees tour.A River Ventures boat passes an idle speed sign.(Source: ...
... man an den Angelstegen Delfine sehen, also machten wir hier einen Zwischenstopp. Der Steg war tatsächlich voll mit Anglern, doch nicht mit dieser typischen Art Angler wie man sie bei uns kennt. Hier ist Angeln anscheinend ein angesagter Nationalsport, den man auch als cooler Hiphop-Typ betreiben kann. Natürlich sahen wir wieder einmal keine Delfine. Das Eintrittsgeld, um hierher zu kommen, hatten wir also umsonst gezahlt. Übrigens, wo wir gerade von verschenktem Geld sprechen: ...
... 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 ...
... point to locate our old haunt "Frenchy's" where we got a table and indulged in three different seafood lunches. Marty had a lemon basil shrimp salad, I had a Mahi Mahi sandwich and Richard had crab cakes. Fortunately we spoke to the waitress about getting some seafood from their Seafood Company and she pointed out that they closed at noon. Richard hustled over and managed to get us some Red Grouper and Stone Crab Claws when the remaining staff took pity on him.
... 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 ...