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Since I started school in July of last year, and Zach has been working 40+ hours a week outside, we felt a vacation was needed! Since I go to a trimester program college, I don't get very much time offfrom school, but my spring break was coming up, and we really wanted to get out of town for the weekend, so we planned a spontenous beach trip a few days before it was time to ...
Jan again - We woke up this morning to find that there is a 2 hour delay for school. Apparently northern parts of the county had a bit more ice than we did. Since we were planning to pick Piper up early from school anyway, we decided not to send her at all. She wouldn't be there long enough to be counted present. I made bacon and cheese scones in my new scone pan for breakfast ...
... by all, see accompanying photos.
After Doug and Marg moved on to Kissimmee, Rick and Ardeth arrived for the week. They plied us with culinary delights and put Annette under a lot of pressure to equal the gastronomy. As always she rose to the task, without much input from me, no BBQ damn! Ask her about her latest creation, called Tequilla chicken. We engaged in all of the above activities, see accompanying cannon photos, and ...
... s (Abigail) re-acqauaintance with her grumpa (Papa Bear).
No pictures to send except the one in your mind thinking of Poots being carried out to the motorhome wailing all the way. As soon as I put her down on the sofa, she looked at me and hissed as if to say, Oh No! Not again!
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Yesterday, Wednesday, we got an early start on a hike aka walk on the longest trail here at Faver-Dykes Campground. The trail leads to a salt marsh and is actually a hammock, cool and quiet. The plant life here is abundant and amazing. From the stately palms to the ever-present live oaks and the understory filled with saw palmetto, it's a living paradise.
The quiet is what impressed me the most. We heard a few birds, but, as usual, the sound of ...