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... will understand that reference) we thought we had success. All doors closed and I could even still see out of the rearview mirror. WooHoo!!! With that we went upstairs to clean the condo and ourselves for our departure.
With the condo completely cleaned and our remaining items gathered by the door, I had a moment of panic. No WAY was this going to fit in the already crammed van load. We took it down and tried ...
... are re-enactors of a time when cowboys would drive cattle across Florida, either to the Gulf coast or the Atlantic to be shipped to who ever was paying the most money. The cowboys were called crackers because of the sound the whip makes, ergo cracker trail. Many of these re-enactors are not poor by any stretch. They come pulling in with their diesel pickups and aluminum horse trailers with their living quarters in the front and ...
... br> Leaving from Coot Pond, I paddled twenty miles with a cross wind the
first day – arriving at the Oyster Bay Chickee with a sore shoulder
from fighting the wind. After setting up my tent, I relaxed with a
book and watched the world flow by my perch. Espyed numerous jumping
fish, a Raccoon swimming between keys (aka islands) plus a Burmese
Python doing the same thing; the python lifts its head out ...
... 8217;d forget my lunch, she would sometimes walk home with me the 1.5 miles to grab a bite and get back to school before the bell would ring for classes to resume. Lots of fun catching up with Vickie and her husband Denny and their fascinating stories of world travel adventures.
And so, after taking a couple of photos for fellow classmates who are following our adventures, Larry and I headed back north to MANATEE country . . ...
JD volunteered to help with the assembly of a stack of new picnic tables for the campground. When he showed up they handed him a paint roller instead of a hammer. So he spent some time rolling on sealer. They did eventually put together seven tables though, so it was all good. We also met our neighbors, who are work-campers. They had some interesting stories to tell. In ...