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Jan again - We woke up this morning to find that there is a 2 hour delay for school. Apparently northern parts of the county had a bit more ice than we did. Since we were planning to pick Piper up early from school anyway, we decided not to send her at all. She wouldn't be there long enough to be counted present. I made bacon and cheese scones in my new scone pan for breakfast ...
... afternoon of fiercely competitive bowling and one day of bronze God sun bathing And light house stair climbing ( 219) to the mix. Oh and the lure of the outlet mall as well, where I splurged on a Tommy Bahama shirt. My first such luxury and it lost a button the first wearing. Amazingly Ardeth has eyesight still capable of treading a needle!
They moved on to Dunedin and we turned the room around for Trish and Bill, fresh from ...
We must recommend the DiVirgilio Bed & Breakfast. It was fantastic. We cannot give it enough stars! Not only were the accommodation wonderful but they actually made you feel like family!
We are Currently driving South on I-95, only 238 miles to Miami International Airport!
We made such good time driving south that we stopped for gas about 2:30pm in Boyton Beach. We didn't want to get to the ...
... also several school groups making the tour. I was told that they were 4th graders who where taking Florida History. We walked around the fort awhile before going back to the car. We headed south on Florida A1A driving by the beach. View were pretty, but slow going because of traffic. By the time we got to Daytona Beach, we were ready for the interstate and to get on down to a Fort Pierce. We still had ...
... base at the bottom, cementing it all together with a sand & crushed shells mortar, they even used dove tail joints on the corners, amazing!
Built in 1888 by railroad magnet Henry Flagler the Hotel du Leon was, according to the brochure "where presidents stayed & inovators played" "an exclusive oppulant playground for the worlds most priviledged elite". It is now ...