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... One plays this game on a badminton size court with a whopping big ping pong paddle and an uber whiffle ball. The only challenge being to clear a net not quite 3 feet tall in the middle. The other challenge is to remember the rules of exactly where you can hit the ball and when; such as one can’t hit the ball before it touches the ground.
I learned early in the first game that one can’t hit a ball while standing in “The ...
... million dollar homes. There are also lots of gated communities with fancy dancy entrances - think mini Vegas! We had a very pleasant stroll around the shops & wondered how all the restaurants could ever make it. Well after watching sunset at the beach we drove back along 5th Avenue to marvel at all the full restaurants that were empty only 2 hours before.
Our son, daughter and son-in-law were able to join us in southwestern Florida on the island of Matlacha (pronounced Mat-luhshay) for the week of Christmas. We put the RV into a storage lot on Pine Island and rented a unique cottage on the island of Matlacha called "The Rhinestone Fisherman". This place is a hoot! We think you will really enjoy the pictures of the unusual ...
... experiences and knowledge and not how much he revered or worshiped the creator … Wouldn’t someone like all-time Jeopardy winner Ken Jennings be something of an earthly prophet. If you type in "Ken Jennings prophet" by the way, no positive search entries are returned.
Did you ever notice if you turn a picture of a heart upside down it looks like boobs or butt. An interestingly enough they all kind of go together.
Would anything interesting come out of making ...
... living there but the Spanish born Ybor, who was a cigar maker in Key West built a town & brought workers in, mainly from Cuba but also Italians who were the bakers. The Cubans had all worked together in their homeland but in Ybor the black & white Cubans worked segregated. It was interesting as they all earned a lot of money & also had a system that they paid a small amount into each week which covered them for all health, funeral & social ...