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  • Nordic what?!I've always been a believer in that which shouldn't be. I love bright storylines set far away with oversized trees and undersized people. I love perfect coincidences that align just right to make a beautiful mess. I like to let Posted by akgearhard in A Northern Fairytale | Mar 11, 2017
  • SOLD! Contracted Leave Date 3/8/2017!Our home has GREAT new owners! They were so kind they called (after touring the home over the weekend) and offered to let us stay an extra day (or more). They saw how much we needed to do, downsize, Posted by SouzScott in TX to FL: Same Couple--New Chapter | Mar 10, 2017
  • ST. AUGUSTINEThis was the most beautiful day ever! Sunny in the upper 70's with just a soft breeze, perfect day to spent an afternoon at the beach. It was Sue and Ron's last day in St. Augustine and they invited Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 10, 2017
  • ST AUGUSTINEToday I rode my bicycle 🚴 with my sister Sue to the historic and haunted Saint Augustine Lighthouse while Ron went on a long road trip to visit an old friend from his work. We found out it was much Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 10, 2017
  • Pat and Dirk and America's Great LoopWe are soon going to begin our adventure on America's Great Loop. (google "America's Great Loop Map" to see examples of the route). We are starting in Isamorada, Florida and heading north to the Intercoastal waterway. We recently purchased Posted by PatsLoopBlog in Our Wandering Star | Mar 10, 2017
  • ANASTASIA STATE PARK, ST. AUGUSTINEWe spent Monday morning when traffic is not busy to visit the Visitor's Center. With a wealth of information, we explored the downtown area and where all the parking lots are. There is also a bus that you could ride Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 8, 2017
  • ANASTASIA PARKSaint Augustine, is it really a Saint or maybe a devil in disguise? Hard call to make. Lots of things to see in old town but tons of traffic and no parking places. The allusive hidden lots are full Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 6, 2017
  • Little Rock Half MarathonAfter a ten day training exercise to prepare for our upcoming deployment I finally had a weekend off. I had the Little Rock Marathon on my list because they are famous for their large medals so we decided to Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Mar 5, 2017
  • South Africa Traveling is always a big adventure and going to South Africa is adventure with a capital 'A.' Our trip is still a few days away and I am getting excited. It's hard not to think about our pr Posted by Lauriesam in South Africa | Mar 3, 2017
  • SILVER SPRINGS STATE PARKThere are a couple of hiking trails that we love where the campground is. The Swamp trail, a 2 mi. Hike through hammocks with a long Boardwalk through the swamp. At the end of the trail, a scenic river emerges, Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 2, 2017
  • Wedding vowsFrom Debbie to Rand: You have been my best friend, my mentor, my lover, my inspiration and my confidant. But most importantly, you are the love of my life and you make me a better and happier person. You believe in Posted by randjb in Retirement Road | Mar 2, 2017
  • PCT Training Hike on the Big Piney Trail, Paddy Creek WilderI set out for my first overnight training hike that I have been on since I was on the PCT in May, 2016. Starting at the Roby Lake, Missouri area, I made my way down an unfamiliar trail, with an Posted by MorganClements in PCT Training Hike on the Big Piney Trail | Mar 2, 2017
  • RAINBOW SPRINGSToday was scouting day for Rainbow Springs, 30 miles from where we are staying. This was one of those campgrounds on our list. The campground and the springs is 6 miles apart. It is nothing special when we went through Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Mar 1, 2017
  • Dag 1... Schiphol!Test Posted by iwantje in USA 2017 | Feb 28, 2017
  • Las Vegas and Di’s 50thAfter much coaching in the art of BA staff travel (heartfelt thanks to Maz “say no to a washbag” Cosgrove) we hit Vegas for our second time via Los Angeles, this time flying Club. It was a mere 117 degrees Posted by cmeechan in Gone fishing | Jun 18, 2016
  • Welcome to The Books Review[float=left][/float]Welcome Family and friends (and anyone else that stumbled upon this blog), As you may already know, we have decided to travel around the world for seven months. If you ask Danna, it was a spur of the moment Posted by javerbook in The Books Review | Oct 14, 2010
  • HILLSBOROUGH RIVER STATE PARKOur last day at HILLSBOROUGH River State Park. We did more hiking along the river, and took it easy the rest of the day. We wanted to be rested for the evening at Four Green Fields. The food was delicious, Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Feb 25, 2017
  • Dining and Cocktails on the Grand PrincessDining We had club class, any time dining. Princess assures passengers, in club class, have no waiting for tables and for us this was true. We could always get a table for two, or we could share a larger table if Posted by AnnMcFall in Sea the World | Feb 25, 2017
  • LOCUST INFESTATIONWeekend campers in tents ⛺️!!! They come in big groups and squeeze together in tents ⛺️ in one location with a central eating shelter thrown in for good measure.The whole campgrounds are quiet except for them and they are ALWAYS Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Feb 25, 2017
  • HILLSBOROUGH RIVER STATE PARKDAY 4 We woke up still to the sound of rain, but it gradually dissipated as the day went on. Every Thurs. the park does a complimentary coffee and continental breakfast, where the campers can get to know the rangers and Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Feb 24, 2017
  • Death Cookies on the BallhooterMatt and I used to go on a ski trip every year. Yes , I used to ski. Back in the days when we were young and fresh faced, with strong legs and knees that didn't crack when we bent Posted by vicki_h in . | Feb 24, 2017
  • Entry 1I'm not a blogger. I'm not into social media. I'm not into letting the world know that I just entered a greasy fast-food joint and saw a fry that looked like Bob Newhart. Yet here I am. Why? Because this is the world Posted by John195123 in Will Travel for Food | Feb 24, 2017
  • HILLSBOROUGH RIVER STATE PARKDAY 1 It was somewhat a non-eventful drive from Juniper Springs to HILLSBOROUGH River State Park. But once we got to Our destination, the work begins with setting up the tent. When the work is finally done, we sat and cool Posted by Bananawind2016 in Florida 2017 | Feb 23, 2017
  • The count down continues.Why do I wait to pack? Actually...for this trip I thought I was doing great. Getting things organized. Making my maps (which are don't now by the way! 😉) but somehow there is never enough time. But, none the less, Posted by hcornia in Peru or Bust | Feb 21, 2017
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