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News went on while we were gone. Trouble in Ukraine continues. We witnessed a fragile cease fire in Gaza, perhaps it can hold this time and we were witness, as was the world, to two of the most horrific American deaths imaginable, at the hands of barbarians We also lost two of the greatest gifts to comedy in Robin Williams and Joan Rivers but we got to laugh again with them as tribute was paid to them in the media.
Through it all America is still and ...
... and Stan. They were patient, kind, generous, and had a great sense of humor. When we were on our bus tour of Mt. McKinley National Park, I spotted a moose. Stan knick-named me Moose Eye, and it stuck for the remainder of the trip. But I must say that before we left The Villages, Stan, Brenda, Nick and I prayed together for a safe and fun journey. It's a God Thing.
This trip would not have been possible and so enjoyable without the help of friends and family. My great ...
... up to her name this trip.
If all goes well we will arrive in New Orleans tomorrow afternoon and plan to be having dinner at Emeril's. While I have been to New Orleans several times, all but one visit has been for business. I'm looking forward to seeing more of the town, outside hotel meeting rooms and the obvious places that cater to mainly out of town business people.
Stay tuned and come back soon.
Angelo and Mary.
... the cattle knew the routine and came to the wagon so the children and adults could feed them. It is quite something to have a cow eat from your hand! We also saw an ostrich on route.
The ride was followed by an animal encounter. The children got to pet a pot bellied pig, various rabbits and a rooster. The latter perched on Emily's stroller. I am not sure what she thought of that but she was awake. In the ...
... was up early this morning to play golf at Bacall and Mum and I went to Sumter Landing to catch a trolley tour. Even I learned that are at least 55,000 golf carts in the Villages and that the Villages started 50 years ago. I think it is safe to say that Mum is impressed with the size and neatness of landscaping for the whole area.
After lunch we went to the Colonial Days Festival at ...