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... that had some success. The New York Times ran an article about Weeki Wachee and profiled some of the mermaids, it showed them as a tough, no-nonsense close knit group that could work hard and play hard. The park is now a part of the Florida State Park system, so their future may be a bit more secure.
A picnic dinner along the southern banks of the Suwannee River topped off the day.
... time I saw him,
I said his name, "Mike Fonfara" out loud, and he turned around! What an amazingly small world.
We went out for a bit to eat afterwards, relaxing right by the water - it was the perfect wrap to a very, very fun day.
... their meal. As he introduced us to this couple we suddenly realized we knew them from three years ago. Bill and Laurie recognized us too. Three years ago we met them in the Everglades National Park. We had just settled into our campsite and noticed this couple near us with a camp trailer and a Harley. Before long we were having drinks and planning a ride for the next day. Another small world moment. We then separated from the group with our friends ...
... time I can remember.
Are you tired of stats yet? One of the fastest growing counties in America is Sumter where we are currently living. The aging of America is the most significant demographic trend of our time - no surprise there - and in Sumter County 1 in 2 residents are already 65 or older. Sumter County hosts the nation's largest retirement community, the Villages, a place where more than 107,000 retirees are shattering ...
... the Flower Pot Islands and Tobermory, as well as many ports on Lake Michigan. Talk about a small world. Today Gail drives a white Saab convertible and they live in the Village of Hadley.
After the late lunch or early dinner, we strolled around this quaint town and visited the Lakeside Inn, the oldest continuously operating resort in Florida, the Windsor Rose Restaurant and Tea House (a must to take Mum to), numerous ...
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2350 N Florida Ave, Hernando | 2 star motelfrom $59