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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Manatees wintering in the warm waters here.
The biggest surprise (and treat) of the day? My thinking that one of the park's volunteers looked a lot like another former classmate of Karen's and mine - and at first, I didn't say anything, but ...
... We welcomed in the New Year joining about 30 bikes for a day ride stopping at Catfish Johnny’s for of course Catfish and Hush. After our meal, one of the riders sitting next to us said he had a group of bikers that was heading to the Seattle area this summer. Before we left the bar, he wanted us to meet the couple that was planning the trip. Our group of 30 didn't fit into one section of the bar so we went over to where the rest of our group ...
... side of St. John River in the Ocala National Forest, Volusia County, immediately west of Daytona Beach. It was a pleasant drive past citrus orchards and pine woods and we made it in time for lunch. We actually ate on a floating patio and it was quite windy on the river. The St. John River might have been an area to explore when we brought "Masquerade II" north, but by then we were tired of marina moorings and I am glad in retrospect that ...
... cars were our members. It threatened rain but we were very lucky in that it never did rain.
Our route (US 441) took us through Leesburg and past the Microtel where we stayed in May until we took title of the house. We also travelled through Tavares, the name of which I had come across whilst trying to research fun things for the family to do during their visit. Tavares is known as a seaplane city but I did not see any on ...
Home Sweet Home!
The last 514 miles seemed to fly by. We decided to drive all the way home on Tuesday even though our norm was to only drive @ 330 miles a day. But as we drove through downtown Atlanta, we realized, no traffic jams to slow us down, let's keep going and go home. No traffic downtown Atlanta on a Tuesday morning? It's a God Thing.
We arrived home and too tired to begin the unloading process, we decided to delay that chore until Wednesday. To our ...