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Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
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I looked off to my right and what did I see??? A place that sold food. Yippeee, seeing how I hadn't eaten in a couple hours, I sauntered, at my age I should be shuffling, over and behold and low they offered shrimp. Yessir, I ordered up some deep fried fresh shrimp with fries and a coke. I put my behind at a table outside, overlooking the sea and soon the feast arrived. Ignoring the birds that were begging, I enjoyed ...
Today is Saturday, October 3rd, so it must be day 13 of my NP tour. Today we spend an hour or so waking through the lost luggage store in Scottsboro, Alabama where Barbara bought a new John Lescroart book for $3, and we got the road for Florida. The goal today was to get deep into Florida so we can make the Everglades and Key West tomorrow. After about 700 miles of driving, we ended the day about 100 miles North of the Everglades in ...
Ends up we stayed a bit longer in Dunedin to hook up with some friends. These were the same folks who so graciously guided us down the Tombigbee when we first began our trip. After just missing them in Panama City, we discovered they were coming to Dunedin the day we has planned to leave. We decided we had better not miss our chance to get together this time because who knows when we would meet again? And so we stayed an extra three days. Lucky for all of us, the weather was warm ...
... trips to IKEA to make things homey.
I'm excited to see the Christmas Market in Gamla Stan and the lights of the season in all the windows. In the darkness of winter, the Swedes find a way to share the warmth and welcome of the holiday season.
So...our fantastic adventure continues. I look forward to sharing it with you! Good Jul to all of our friends here and there!