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September 24th – day 143
Today we drove from Leesburg Florida to
Greensboro Florida, about an hour and a half from the Alabama
border. We stopped for supplies at Walmart and our twenty minute stop
turned into an hour when our prepaid card got messed up and it
wouldn't pay for the items. The customer services people said the
message was “customer cancelled card” so of course we are
... mind, nothing ever will. So today we honor the lives of those who perished and pay tribute to the many men and women who put their lives on the line to come to their rescue.
We're getting a late start today. More heavy rains and since we have a short drive to our next stop, we are having a lazy morning. Unfortunately, it looks like the weather may follow us. Praying for safe ...
... amp;L’s home airport, we visited a hangar housing an English Electric Lightning in the process of being restored – a rare aircraft in the US.
Our last full day dawned with a record early morning low temperature – 63.50F (!) just perfect for the bike ride. Vernon had arranged for a visit to his office and workshops at the University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Marine Science which is on the NASA Stennis site – an extra ...
... hubbub of young swagger boys struttin' their stuff and their souped up cars with shiny, specialized alloy wheels on their cars, the road quieted down and we eventually got out and ran across the road to the beach. The water is brown and very shallow for many, many feet. Some folks "waded" out up to there waist maybe 100 yards from shore. One guy fishing with his little boy said if you have ...
... in some of the early entries in this blog, I got my original inspiration for choosing to include a blog in my experience from a young travel blogger with whom I first corresponded, and then met, during a trip my buddy/brother Marc and I made to Newfoundland a couple of years back; her name is Candice Walsh and she writes a blog called Candice Does the World. (Since we first met her, she has since become a much more accomplished writer and social ...