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... Fred and Jerolyn, when Margaret told her about the oven situation she most kindly offered to bake another one in hers. Margaret took up the offer, made another batch of meringue and had success in producing the base for the pav.
Fred and Jerolyn are "Snowbirds" who live in Ohio and head south each winter to Mexico Beach to stay clear of the snow and cold of ...
... you approach the
town of Destin. I can understand why it
is such a popular place for people to visit.
all types of accommodation available from State Parks to luxurious hotels. Even the RV Park which is right on the
beach charges the highest fees I have heard of over here. For one night on a beachfront site it was
$98.00, naturally the Beach travelling party did not stay there. We opted ...
... candidates on a level playing field. This election is taken very seriously Heather and Glenn provided "swag" in the hope of winning over more voters. Glenn's in the form of a business card and Heather produced some fantastic beer mats. Michael proclaims he is the candidate for "the common man" calling his other two opponents "The Ivory Tower Intellectuals ". The debate was excellent and great ...
After days and days on the road, we finally here in Paradise! We crossed into Florida after sooo many days and miles on the road. Parts of Alabama were very interesting and we were thankful to find a nice rest stop after passing through Ozark, Al. We also passed Troy University in Dothon area, but not much else in Alabama. Once in Florida we watched the tem S rise! We started the day ...
... was working now. Walking backward, jerking the line till he felt secure that he had the shark's jaw in his hook beyond the bait. 20 - 30 minutes of letting the line run with the shark's movements and then reeling it in over and over trying to gain advantage with each run. The shark began to lose strength and we saw the fin catch the moonlight in 3 foot water only yards out from shore. Our ...