Monthly Archives: May 2020

May 28 – Home

When heading home from Florida, our last day is always one of the most exhausting, facing the beltways around Washington DC, Baltimore and WIlmingtion and finally right through Philadlephia.  As morre rain was predicted again today, we were on the … Continue reading

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May 27 – Our Last Full Day on the Road Before Returning Home

We again hit the road early, in large part to try to stay ahead of some of the rains predicted for late morning and throghout the afternoon.  Still, once on the road we found ourselves driving through some foggy weather … Continue reading

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May 26 – Jacksonville to Wade (Fayetteville)

With the weather forecast prediciting moderate to heavy rains from Florida to the Carolinas we again opted for an early (7:15 AM) departure from Jacksonville.  Just before crossing the Georgia state line we caught a view of the diversion of … Continue reading

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May 18 – 25 – Our Last Week in Sarasota and Beginning to Head Home

While the governor has been fairly aggressive in "opening" Florida, our day-to-day routine hasn't changed much over the course of the past week.  We still walked every morning, one shopping trip for groceries, and wine (an "essential"),  and I was … Continue reading

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May 10-17 – Lake Placid, FL – American’s Mural Capital

Earlier this week we decided to set a date for heading home … May 25th (Memorial Day). Since our last update, we had one minor crisis when a water hose running between oour water pump and hot water heater burst.  … Continue reading

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May 1-9 – A Easy Decision to Delay Heading Home

We have continued to monitor the weather back home.  Despite a three-day warm-up, the temperatures have fluctuated between the mid-30os to the mid-50os … with seemingly one cloudy and rainy day after another and even a dusting of snow.  In … Continue reading

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