The Capri at Siesta
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... all at once I see a sign that said "Construction Ahead". Hummm, what will this bring, I says to meself (No Nellie, meself didn't answer back...jeeze). Any how, it was pretty much construction almost all the next 200 miles or so. Nothing drastic, like driving on the gravel shoulder or nuthin. Just "sit up and drive the durn thang" kinda construction.
Hauling thru horse country is kinda nice. Ya get to see lots of cool fences, ...
... of Florida. Tomorrow we should be able to see the Everglades and, if all goes well, end our day in Key West! Although we hit a little rain this morning, it is suppose to be nice and dry in Florida tomorrow. No impact from the hurricane which is impacting the mid-East Coast states. No pics today, but should have a few from the Everglades and our trip to Key West tomorrow Trip Totals National Parks: 12 Miles Driven: 5316 States Entered: ...
After spending the night at the only campground with Hot Springs NP, I got back on the road to once again head west back into Tennessee and Nashville to big up Barbara. This would be the first day of my trip that I didn't visit at least one NP, but I was happy to see Barbara and pick up my traveling companion for the next few weeks. After a trip to the laundromat, nice appetizer at ...
... guns, so it was quite fun for my sister and me to shoot a bit! Another thing to remember when spending your holiday season in the U.S. is that thanksgiving and Christmas (which means 24th at 7 pm and the whole 25th!) are the only days in America no one (and I mean no one) is working! Every shop is closed and not even restaurants are opened! For that reason we have prepared ourselves with a last minute turkey and everything needed to stuff it. And if you're a fan of Christmas ...
... important safety briefing which consisted of "if you go overboard just stand up and walk to shore". That done, we settled in for a meandering trip on the Myakka to enjoy the flora and fauna. We soon arrived at Snook Haven to enjoy a meal that included gator bites, another 1st for John and Pat. On the way home Capt Bill let John take the wheel and he only hit bottom once. All and all a beautiful outing.
Wednesday morning started with ...