Red Roof Inn Lake City
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... of a waterbed. We had basically set up our tent in a hole so it wasn't a great situation. We discussed for a while what we were going to do about it before finally waking up our tour guide and moving all of our stuff out of the tent and underneath a pavilion. We spent the night laying on benches trying to catch any shut eye that we could. While laying there I had a small visitor in the form of a frog on my bench which didn't go down well at ...
Wednesday August 13, 2014
Because of the heavy rain this morning we stayed here another day. It continued to rain off and on most of the day but by late afternoon it stopped and we were able to go to the pool for a short time. We hope to be home ...
... lack of anything other than trees along I-10, where it is like driving down a road with solid walls on either side that limit your vision to just the road ahead. I believe I would rather have the vastness of the open desert to look at rather than having the tunnel vision effect on I-10. We stopped for the night at a small campground near White Springs ...
... the world’s
largest tubular Carillion in number of bells.
They were installed during the summer of 1958. The cost was just under $120,000. The Deagan Carillion system is composed of 97 bells, 3 sets of 32 bells each with a scale range from C to G. The largest bells are 12-1/2’ long and weigh 426 pounds. The smallest high G bells are 3-1/2’ long and weigh 69 ...
... frequent for the next few weeks, as we will be mostly stationary until late March, when we begin the northward swing. It is beginning to look like we may not go home until July, when the "Spring Thaw" occurs.
We are SO grateful for our friends who have tolerated us - we have thoroughly enjoyed the visits. Thank you, thank you. The rest of you, watch out. We may appear at any moment!!