Sea Star Motel & Apts.
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... approach rather than a cab. It's called uber. Wish us luck and hope we don't get kidnapped because uber works by having a random stranger pick you up and then you pay him or her after they have successfully dropped you off at your INTENDED location. We should get to you again tomorrow when we officially get started on our latest adventure! ...
... Glestelle who are travelling with us
in their own Motorhome.
well- formed plan to travel from the Suwannee River RV Park (yep that is the
River the song is about, and that is how they spell the actual river) in Mayo,
Florida to our next stop in Riverview (part of greater Tampa) should have taken
us around 3 to 3.5 hours. Plenty of
time to be able to stop for the girls to get their Walmart ...
... were already so many people there. We wandered around just a bit and then went on to the seminar. Rob Cochran of Myrtle Beach and Kissimmee spoke and gave some good ideas. I was taking notes but he said we could request his PowerPoint which I will do but it only gives the bullets. He gave a lot of additional information. Wish I could have taped him!
Then the wandering began. There are over 1100 units at the ...
... inside set up Donna and Ken came down and we had ham sandwiches for lunch.
It was getting close to 3:00 so we piled in the car and then we went grocery shopping. Of course there was a detour so it took longer than expected. Jerry took the towels and dark clothes down to the laundry and got them washed. In the meantime I had taken some spaghetti out to thaw so I got dinner ready. Donna brought over some salad ...
... this trip. Our captain, Steve, who happened to be from Bremerton, has been in charge of this program the past 2 years. Our guide, Roullex, in his 20's, moved here from Ghana 3 years ago and is saving up to go back for a visit. Both of them were very knowledgeable as we cruised through the waterways and lakes which range in depth of 2-4 feet throughout the Everglades. We learned about the 3 different types of mangroves (red, black and white), spotted ...