After the Suwannee Quilt Shop,
we were directed to
where the nice people
directed us to High Springs, Florida,
then on the way home,
all on our own,
with the help of a little signage
drum roll, please...
I have decided that I have spent way too much time
in my 55 years
EDGES of the state of Florida!
What a fun day exploring the inside of Florida!
All the towns were very nice,
with great shops
Micanopy, by far had the most shops
looked so historical.
We ended up there late in the day
and it was Monday
and some of the shops were closed.
I would love to go back
and spend the day there
This was a display of pottery in an artists co-op
in either Newberry
I am not sure which now.
Another shot from the center of Micanopy.
on the way home
we passed this place!
Well, I made a U-turn
on a four lane highway
to go and check it out.
What a hoard!
This was one person's
The horses of Ocala were pretty cool,
I would have liked to explore them a little more.
This one was in their awesome library
where I went to print out boarding passes!
I could really covet a library like that!
I think it is truly the one thing that I miss the most about
living in a rural community.
Then, after flight delays for weather
the third worst flight I have ever been on,
An obnoxious, loud, overbearing, mother
possibly the smelliest feet EVER,
two small children
who were totally out of the control
constant loud threats
Feet constantly kicking the back of
Mom and I's seats
for 2 hours of
some of the worst turbulence
I have ever experienced.
I was actually sick at the end of the flight.
(and it takes a lot to make me motion sick)
she was green.
Great to be home,
ready to get back to normal!
The fun surprise?
I mentioned to JWS
that my sister had a chiming clock and it would be nice
to get the two that we have
back and working again.
Shortly after I got home,
I heard it!
Chiming and tick-tocking!
I love it!