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... at movies. The lines to get in were quite long although probably not surprising on a rainy day. Movie was great! Just had time to get back and get ready to visit Huebners. Had a wonderful dinner of grilled VERY fresh swordfish, kale/Quinona salad and baked summer squash. Had a lot of fun watching American Idol on their big TV. Unfortunately too cold and rainy to sit outside but still a terrific ...
... river meets the sea, I stop by and say "hi" to Margo, a lovely young woman we met yesterday afternoon. She and her friend Tracy are camped here, taking a break after one of their excursions for Tracy's business, Prissy Tomboy.
They sponsor events and clinics around the southeast for girls and young women, inspiring them to try new sports and encouraging them to see strength and athleticism ...
... in June. We have no "crew" scheduled to be aboard until New York and we would love to have onboard visitiors for a few days on our way north, so give us a shout! We are looking forward to seeing new territory and hoping for fair winds and following seas.
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A mad rush at the breakfast area. Too many people arriving simultaneously. So many that Andreas grabbed a few things before quickly retreating to the room. People watching though with very fat ones to discreetly look at! A two hour drive if i remember quickly to Orlando and Universal Studios. Enormous parking area but they had that well organised so paying $16 to park didn't take too long neither to get to the designated area. A long walk, but everyone walking in the same direction, too ...
... if not the best display of christmas lights ever! even the walking paths were lit up. the lights were clustered together by subject, ie; candyland, rhymes, sea life, dinosaurs and volcanos , city sites, santa doing all sorts of things, like golfing, fishing, kids throwing snowballs across the road, lights of the bridges, the lighthouse, ect, ect. we'll post of few of the pics if they come out. it was so so much fun ...