Sandalwood Beach Resort
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... and we arrived at the apartment complex by a man and his dog. No not a joke, literally a man a his dog. Not only was he a man and a dog but a very handsome Italian guy and the cutest Labrador/pit bull I have ever met. He carried (did I mention carried??) my bag to my room for me and then we chatted in the kitchen for a while. He showed us how his dog high fives you and plays dead when you pretend to shoot him. (Sometimes it's just the little things) in the back ...
... interrogation when someone was good and ready. We had one heavily accented 78 year old lady in a wheelchair as our sole company. Terrorism has many faces. With all this time on our hands, I found myself thinking about our country, the countries we'd just visited and specifically the people in them. We had many conversations with many different people about all of the respective countries, people running them and what the future might hold. I suppose that since we were ...
... screeching to a stop outside the Auto place. Raced inside, the Chinaman beat us to the counter, and yep nothing available there either.
Another suggestion, “maybe you could try Home Depot, there is one about three miles away” I must say that the young bloke at the Auto place was helpful and gave us the phone number and address.
Quick thinking, give them a call first and see if they have them. ...
... could be too many critters and deer about on the other route and that was the last thing we wanted to hit! We got home around 11pm and I had a coffee, Di had a wine as she hadn't been drinking today as she was riding...good girl. I tried to write this blog but I was shattered and had to go to bed. Di did really well today, her first day back in the saddle and we rode about 160 miles ...
... areas as well as passes over several bodies of water with the northern terminus of the trail is in Tarpon Springs and the southern terminus is St. Petersburg. Thus far, First Mate has biked to Tarpon Springs, downtown Dunedin, Clearwater, Clearwater Beach and Belleair. Some of the more interesting sights seen on these excursions are the Sponge Docks in Tarpon Springs, the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary in Palm Harbor and Wall Springs, an old historic spa that is now a ...