(Other than drive route 66 in this?)
Now that I have been living officially 73 years. I can remember when I though that was ancient. I guess it is. But there are still things I want to do.
Since I cannot do them this winter. I will see what I can do this winter.
There is a lot to do around Orlando. But I am not interested in Theme parks. I think they are over priced and pitched too high anyway.
Jack (son #1) did come down last year and took us to the “Holy Land Experience”. That was interesting. One Year Mark and his family came down to take us to Disney World, but thankfully it was full, so the boys got to go to the Skate Park. It was fun watching them ride the skate boards.
Corinne, a wonderful DIL, bought us our dog (statue) while the boys enjoyed the skate park. I put it out between my flags and guarding our ships wheel when we anchor for awhile.
It is terrible that the things I can think of to do, IS MOSTLY EATING, and I don’t need to do more of that. haha.
I wish I did not associate entertainment with eating or consider eating entertainment. I don’t know how to play Dominos. We have a deck of card, but any card game we play is on the computer. We DO NOT Golf, sometimes I wish I did, but I guess I am really too cheap to golf. I think I want to fish but we are not set up for that anymore.(don’t tell Sherry but there is a Jon boat for sale on the bulletin bd) I want to go sky diving but don’t have the guts.(Just found out Darla wants to too) I wanted to go up in a Balloon, even had a date with Joan out in Utah, but it costs too much (I’m a cheap date). Never been skiing, don’t do the winter sports. Come to think of it maybe I don’t do anything.
Got any suggestions? (that I cannot squirm out of?)
Tucker just called Sherry (since I wrote this), Wants us to come up and ride the intracoastal from NC to Miami. I look at my girl, she smiles and says, lets go! So now we have something to do this summer! (Along with walking the trail!).
Thanks for reading the log.
PS: (Think about this one!)
An inventor is simply a fellow who doesn’t take his education too seriously.
—Charles F. Kettering
1909 Buick Runabout