King's Bay Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... crew and as LA and Terri had a funeral to attend we joined Fred and followed him taking all the back roads across to the Sail Inn. This was a beautiful ride on roads I had never ridden before, a few twists and turns with long sweeping curves, just perfect. Di was lovin it, her first proper ride with a group (10 bikes) she looked the part and held her own keeping up as we roared along. Lawless Intent was already ...
Monkey Island started as a pile of rocks in the 1960's. It started with the lighthouse and than 2 squirrel monkeys and 3 spider monkeys were added along with a hut. The first island monkeys lasted 12 years and were replaced by younger ones. Today there are 5 spider monkeys on the island. The island is owned by Homosassa Riverside Resort and the monkeys are under ...
... legs from the horseback riding, we set out on the road again. We had the chance to drive through The Smoky Mountains for about 30 minutes, or so it seemed; we had absolutely no service, so we actually used a map instead of our GPS! The mountains and sights were breathtaking. We pulled over to snap some photos, but the pictures are not even close to the actual experience.
We had Sonic for lunch in Sylva, North Carolina. They had this ...
... the boat; had food and clothing laid out and slept very little the night before.
AN OVER-THE-TOP EXPERIENCE
We were not disappointed. Snorkeling right among these huge but gentile sea animals was an absolutely over-the-top experience. Captain Jeff was especially proficient, gently guiding me through the herd of manatees and teaching all of us much more about the manatees than our little brains could ever contain. Without an underwater camera it is ...
... to a group of second graders and fielding questions from both children and teachers. After the kids went back to class we went to the cafeteria for a bite to eat and some conversation about Whispering Winds.
This area of Florida is a big logging and lumber center, no beaches or high rise condos here. Also, since the housing crisis the area unemployment is a staggering 11% compared ...