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... amazing. With her interior art background, she has done such a good job with small spaces.. We had a good short visit and then on we mosied.
We got to our camping spot just at dusk and did not really see our environs until the next morning. Made an excellent chicken curry for dinner and settled into another Baseball History DVD.
... t feeling well, so I took a Segway tour on my own with a half dozen other ship's passengers. That was fun learning to balance and control the Segway while seeing the historic buildings and beaches of Grand Turk. The next day, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, I went on a historic and culinary tour of old San Juan. It culminated in a cooking demo of mofongo which we then enjoyed along with mojitos. That evening Cory felt better, so I took him on a personal ...
... the bridge and they didn’t. Then we saw Christa up on the bow preparing to drop the anchor and we knew that they were having problems. At this point we turned around to stay with them and called the bridge to say that we were staying on the north side to stay with our friends. It started to rain.
It turned out that their gear cable had come undone and simply had to be re-attached. With their boat back in business, we waited for the next ...
... for a couple of weeks and fly back on a commercial flight from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport (KFLL) to Seattle. With that schedule I could take a more leisurely approach on my return flight across the country rather than just jam it into 2 or 3 days. Flights to Seattle from here are surprisingly cheap, and I can park my plane (outside) at Banyan for an entire month for only $185. So for a couple of weeks N788W is at Banyan and I'll be back in the Pacific Northwest.
... a death grip on its bill.
The drive back to Tallahassee became eventful, when the rear end differential in my truck locks up in Georgia somewhere needing replacement that would not arrive for 48 hours.
It was a miserable wait in that junk yard with a swollen throbbing thumb, as I zipped up in my sleeping bag underneath my truck for the next two nights.
I thought I was supposed to be leading a glamorous life I complained to myself. I arrived back in Tallahassee with thoughts of pursuing a new ...