Ocean Mist Motel
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... in checking out every inch of the yard. I saw several lizards, one of Harley’s favorite things to chase, in the yard and he searched the bushes intently, sensing they were there. There was also a stray cat passing through the yard but he had to stay inside in case he got too close and the cat got the better of him. No need to be fixing claw marks on his nose.
Leon cooked up some sausages and Gayle got beans and corn on the cob ready ...
... to head in the direction we came from before arriving here. They are going to spend time in Tallahassee and then will move on to Navarre Beach. They tried to stay an extra night here, as we did, but were told that there were no spaces. I guess Cheryl got to the office early enough this morning to get our space for another night.
Tommy told us some places to go both while on our way north and also along the route we took ...
... to get better acquainted. By 9:00 we were feeling tired so we headed for home. I do have writing to do, you know.
As we were heading home we noticed that the streets were quite wet. I guess it rained a little harder here than the light sprinkle we got while in Daytona Beach. When we got back to the RV park it was obvious we got a pretty good soaking.
So that was our day. More tomorrow, I’m sure. Until then, I bid you all a fine ...
... were lead down the hall to the kitchen observation area. We saw many of the processes involved in making their candy and goods. The current owner was busily stirring a vat of caramel used to make their caramel corn. His assistant, who was pouring popcorn, dropped some on the floor, then looked at us with a sheepish grin before continuing his duties. He later spilled some of the completed caramel corn on the floor and quickly kicked it under the table with the ...
... and dim sum for breakfast. The salad just arrived. It had a shrimp, a piece of crab, a scallop, mango and some greens. Next came soup. We had our choice of creamy or chicken broth. My chicken appeared to have a green tinge so I passed on eating the soup. David said the creamy soup was okay. The main course, the lobster, was pretty good. It was served with white rice, bok choy and carrots. All in all, a most impressive dinner for airplane food. For dessert ...