The Casa Blanca
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... gentleman told us about Italian parking: “White lines mean free parking, blue lines mean pay parking!” Nice to know, but it can be difficult to locate the place to pay. We viewed the villa and gardens on Isola Bella from the shore and felt like we were gawking at the mansions back home as we drove the winding road. ...
As beautiful as the fall in the Northeast had been, we knew very well what was right around the corner. We said our goodbyes, loaded up the motor home and headed first for Philadelphia to visit Jim's sister Nan and her husband Rich. We had a lovely overnight visit and delicious dinner with them. We headed out in the morning and drove ...
... Other than that all was good! Even the potato vines weren't as bad a previous years.
David, Regan & Skyler stopped by for a brief visit. Good to hug and see them!
RECAP OF THIS SUMMER
We visited 18 states, 2 Canadian Providences and the Yukon Territory for a total of 13,620 miles traveled.
We hiked, kayaked, ...
Bongo and djembe beats fill the night sky as the warm Sarasota sun sets over the Gulf. All kinds of people of all ages bang drums, shake maracas, tap tambourines, dance freely or simply kick back and take it all in.
This is the scene every Sunday night at the famous Siesta Key Drum Circle. These drum circles happen at Nokomis and Englewood too.The community drum ...
... expense of people who looked more than a little wacky! Back to my original comment --no matter where we are on St. Pat's day there is an Irish party and all this stems from a country 300 X 100!! That effect on the world makes me proud to be Irish.
We finally had our only fabulous beach day since arriving in Florida on Tuesday. I was in the water three times which was amazing as the water temperature was way below my threshold. Gabe, check out the photos of ...