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... have sold their RV and plan to return to Thailand where they will setup a home-base for their continuing 'Goodrich Odyssey”. Their 8-year journey (so far) has been chronicled at their site http://www.travelpod.com/members/goodri chodyssey.
This diversion of catching up with old friends away from home is now over and it is time to move on to our next destination in Southeastern Florida.
Best wishes for the New Year and Enjoy The Ride!
... which inspired the name of this travel blog entry.
Matlacha (Indian name meaning "water to the chin") is tethered to the mainland by the "fishingest bridge in the U.S.A." over Matlacha Pass. Kayakers come here to paddle placid backwaters through miles of mangroves on the Calusa Blueway. However, you can also spend time on dry land, checking out the ...
... he was lying on the bank half under the mud, very big. Carried on through the swamps and saw lots of people fishing, stopped by some black guys to see what they had caught and they wanted Peter to give them an offer for their coolbox complete with fish and wine, couldn't be carrying any fish with us, thank you though! Rang round a few hotels at Key West and Key Largo and seems they are $500-800 a night so what with what the ...
The angel said to them, "Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Christ and Lord. And this will be a sign for you; you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger" Luke 2:10-13
Another dream come true. Left Cape ...
... rolled out in its entirety in the coming months is my opinion.
It was reported that Navy SEALS did not complete their mission in Somalia and people wondered why. I think Americans get unrealistic expectations of what soldiers on the ground can do from our culture and movies like "Rambo." Rambo again and again goes into areas with tens, sometimes hundreds of opposing fighters. And he wins. It's the most ludicrous thing in the world. In ...