A Whirlwind Month!

Wow, what a busy month this has been. It started with me flying to Dallas, TX for work early in the month. I got home late on a Wednesday and Gayle flew to Savannah to meet her mom and sister for a couple days of shopping and girl stuff. Then we had my mother-in-law and sister-in-law here for a week of fun and festivities. As soon as they left on Tuesday we began preparing to fly out to Chesapeake, VA on Thursday. We spent a long Memorial Day Weekend with Tim and Jessi in Chesapeake and flew home Monday. We slept in our own bed one night then headed to St. Pete Beach and the Sirata Resort for two nights. We just got home from there and have four more days of vacation. We rested at home all afternoon Thursday and then went for a Jeep adventure. We started with dinner at "Willie’s" The place for seafood. This is a local favorite but was our first time there. It was a delightful dining experience. The place is built around the old North Carolina "Fish Camp" idea. We felt like we were back in rural Carolina where we once lived. The dinner was excellent and the Mango Pie for dessert was really good. It was like Key Lime Pie only with Mango. We then went to Meddard Park, one of our favorite spots to see some alligators. We spotted four, check out the pics. We need a good night’s rest then we’ll decide what we are going to do next!! We next headed out Saturday for Withlacoochee rails to trails park in Inverness. There is a 40 some mile bike trail that used to be a railroad. We rented a bicycle built for two and road for a solid hour and a half. Then we headed to Cedar Key. It was an adventure!

About Scott Ranck

Enjoying life with my wife Gayle and our Yorkie, Zoe boy. I've come to believe life begins when through brokenness I can embrace it fully and openly. I've learned the human drama is an adventure and all of us are made of the same stuff. The Lord is the only being who knows me fully and he has an individual educational plan of life long learning for me and I'm enrolled. This blog is all about what I'm learning.
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