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... names on the bowl grid for prizes, and Marla's name was called for the final game prize! She won a very cool beach chair and a $25 dinner certificate. Luckily, we stayed in Navarre one more day so we used our gift certificate for lunch the next day.
It's time to start driving west, so we made our way to Baton Rouge, LA, where we spent a couple nights. Another rainy day meant we went to the Mall of Louisiana where Marla shopped ...
... have liked to see them without the aid of my zoom lens. After looking through the various rooms of exhibits at the aquarium, we caught the complimentary shuttle boat over to their second location. We had a great cruise over to the buildings where they have movie sets, props, etc on display from the two movies. It was neat to see. But it is another 'one and done' for us. By this time it was lunch and we decided to find a Cracker Barrel restaurant, ...
... the local craft guild, the hot shop workshop for folks working with glass, and the Chihouly glass collection. Had lunch at the Greek taverna - some of the best Greek food I've had in a long time. Regrettably, they were out of Retsina - few, other than me, would see that as an issue.... The Chihouly collection was great, amazing fantasy pieces ...
... to the waterproof boys whose veins are filled with antifreeze. While standing on a bridge waiting for Reuben and Alex to come down a log flume ride called Tidal Wave, the crinkly adults were pleased to hear a regular visitor yakking about how busy the place was in summer, when the temperature soars and humidity hits 90, and the queues go on for miles. After a good lunch at the ...
Looking forward to
meeting David and Ellen in Tarpon Springs Florida today. Guess they've
had an awful wet ride. Bad enough that they stayed in a hotel at least
one night. Ellen must have worked hard for that one. Lol
Drove on an old
highway for about 40 miles where one side of the road was lush green
trees and shrubs. The other side was all brown with most everything
dead. Very strange.
Another too close for ...