Travel Blogs from Macclenny
... and her family. We typically measure this by how many "laugh so hard you almost pee your pants" moments, and we definitely had ours. The only thing I missed was meeting my niece Rebecca’s daughter Haylie, who was visiting family out of state and having an excellent time of it by the pictures she’s been posting on FB.
I’m posting this late and we are already in Georgia visiting more friends, so until my next ...
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... we were stopped at that particular moment. If my room had been on the other side of the train, I have no doubt, someone would have spied me in a compromising position. How completely horrifying is that?
Lesson of the day: Always make sure the curtains are closed before you squat.
While this rule may not apply to some people who enjoy living in the woods (David), it most definitely applies to me.
Until next time!
... folks, not cry about leaving him at the
airport on top of that! I hope I don't cry at all, but come on -- let's be realistic.
I have been playing with my new camera for the trip, the battery is charged! I have started gathering my belongings in one area and I will probably start officially packing my bags tomorrow!
Here's to my last week in Orange Park, Florida! :) WOOHOO!
... pads for the Apollo missions which was cool. We did a bit of low level flying which was fun, but also felt like you were basically in the water when the plane turned so I had to keep checking the altimeter to check how high we actually were! The ships must have wondered what was going on as a big passenger jet flew past them at 400 feet! I was sitting in the observer seat of the cockpit for take off and landing in and got to see the sunset from my vantage point ...