Lake Grassy Inn & Suites
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- Pets allowed
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... on line applications. Priest Lake State Park in Coolin, Idaho asked if we would like to volunteer there. We needed to be there before Memorial Day. So here we go again to beat feet back to Pittsburgh for our checkups and an OK from our doctors to go. I suggested to Jean that I skip my cardiologist this time. I remember trying to get to the Grand Canyon last year, and I don't think I can go through a third bypass. Yea, right! So March ...
... an incoming tide at Ponce de Leon inlet plus a warning of
rough water with more strong winds and tons more No-See-Ems along the
beach, I chickened out on proceeding. Turning around, I headed up the
Joe River trying unsuccessfully to elude the wind; I ran out of steam
at noon when I reached the South Joe Chickee where I spent the night
rather than paddle ten additional miles. Took it easy by reading ...
We had a great time meeting Lori’s family and friends and despite the invitation to stay longer we felt the need to press on in our journey. And so, leaving there, we went on to have lunch with my friend from grade school days. As I remember, it was 7th. grade in which Vickie and I got our first transistor radios and swooned over The Everly Brothers, Fats Domino, Harry Belefonte, Elvis and others. When ...
... there was a performance by a family from Firestone, CO who travel in a converted school bus putting on shows. They were very good, actually, playing folk music and some bluegrass, very talented and excellent on their instruments. Twin daughters played banjo and guitar, the 13 year old son was amazing on the fiddle and the little 8 year old girl sang. Some good ...
... Very cool and unusual plants in there as we followed the trails. But we obeyed all the signs we saw, as you can see from our photos. Two Very Large Racoons crossed the bike path in front of us... They couldn't read, as the photo explains. Had lunch on our beach chairs in the parking lot, then took the chairs down to the ...