Mar. 12-17 Lately we’ve rediscovered Geocaching. One of the best things about this sleuthing activity is that it sometimes leads you to discover things you might not have known about otherwise. Recently in Tallahassee our quest for a cache caused us to stumble onto the site where explorer Hernando de Soto camped during the winter
Feb. 7-16 Every year, we can count on having at least one week in which we live like relatively normal people. Thanks to Kimberly’s parents, who have a timeshare membership, we are able to spend a week in a resort in the participating location of our choice, subject to availability (the resort’s and our own).
Feb. 2-6 We’re not sure whether or not the groundhog saw his shadow today, but he certainly saw one of the strangest winters ever. Even in the Sunshine State, the mercury has been huddling at the bottom of the thermometer. After a Groundhog’s Day appointment in Tallahassee for Dennis to be fitted for his new
Jan. 28 & 29 And now we get to enjoy the fruits of our volunteerism, spending a day at a Disney park. We debated which park to attend, and finally settled on Magic Kingdom, mostly at the urging of our son the theme park fanatic who wanted us to check out the reputed innovations on
And now, the most interesting of our Everglades explorations. Arriving at Gulf Coast Visitors’ Center in the morning, we paid 25 dollars for an overnight wilderness permit (including one night of camping), and then we rented a canoe for an overnight camping excursion – that’s right, a canoe. Because we were headed to an island