The Capri at Siesta
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... The battery people are saying that the battery (the reason we sailed here - risking life and limb - from Mexico) is not covered by warranty after all. We're gearing up a battle, but after our serious loss to the US Government we're not feeling too confident.
And my Burgee hasn't arrived.
And I can't find anything artistic to photograph.
Hasta la vista
... Jean, having ordered me to shut up, was refusing to hand over any money to get out of her illegal alien status. At one point, she held out her wrists to the officials and said "I suppose you'd better cart me off to the slammer then". Ken was looking similarly stubborn and saying he'd rather leave the USA than pay that much.
As it happened, that wasn't one of the options.
The options were: 1 - Pay ...
... the road and there was Russell Stover - we would have completely missed it. TENNESSEE, not Ohio. Got all our Easter stuff. Gas - 31.50 Russell Stover - 6:30 - our GPS says 8:00 arrival in Richmond - not sure I'm going to make it -- LOL. My damn feet are quite swollen and my ass hurts - can't take these longer ...
... restaurants that we always go to when in the U.S., also some fast food ;-) Tony Roma (sadly there is none in Sarasota but in Miami!) (steaks, ribs and stuff) Outback (great steaks) Hooters (wings!) Captain Curts (our favorite in Siesta Key! Seafood!) Lobster Pot (in the village, awesome kinds of seafood and the best pasta I've eaten in America!) Once we ordered food for delivery, from Sal's in Sarasota (there are several sal's if you google it, the one with wings on the menu is the ...
... them away”, came the reply, so we did!!
WE did realise that items on the roadside were generally free, but had not thought about bikes too.
Todd & Talley have friends from South Africa who live nearby. Each year they put on an outdoor cookout and invite ‘expat’ South Africans from near and far. Yesterday off we all went for the evening to experience another culture. Greg, the host, also owns a Butchers shop, roasted 2 whole lambs in the ...