Williston Motor Inn
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On November 5th, we relocated to Williston Crossing RV Resort in Williston, FL – the birthplace of "Foolish Pleasure", winner of the 1975 Kentucky Derby. Williston, is well off the interstate about 35 miles from Ocala, and about the same from Gainesville.
The RV park is very nice, with wide, and very long paved and cement pad sites. ...
St. John Lutheran Church - Ocala, FL This Sunday morning started out like any other Sunday morning, except that Bailey, Rachel, Sydney, and Audrey were with us. They were here for Florida Adventure Camp VII. We had planned to go to church and Sunday school, and then have lunch with Diane who was driving up from Tampa. The afternoon was rather loosely planned around Diane directing the decorating of FAC T-shirts, a trip to Publix for reinforcement, and making hobo dinners in the ...
... going eventually, possibly with the help of some lighter fluid. And we made s'mores!! Although the marshmallows were ridiculously large we got by and they were amazing as usual. We all sat around for a while before hitting the hay. Unfortunately during the night the rain had started up quite heavily. So at about 3 am I woke up to find that our tent had started flooding. All my bags were soaked and moving on my sleeping mat gave ...
... on history, Islam, Christianity, and politics. We didn’t have time to read his book, but I hope someday we do.
As the evening wore on, I developed a migraine, and Aunt Marie gave me an ice pack for my eyes, and I took some melatonin, and went to sleep early-ish. We had an early start the next morning to get to church in Fort Lauderdale on time. We said our good-byes, and hit the road.
We are set up in the Manatee Spring State Park, a little slice of heaven, 6 miles out of Cheifland, FL. The campsites were pretty private this time of year as it is before their camping season gets into full swing. This park is a naturalist's dream, as we saw deer that came very close to our campsite and also had a visit from a local armadilla who we named Arnie, not to mention the different greenery including living oak trees, ...