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The Atheist Training Bible for Old Bicycle Racers, Chapter 17: Fixin' what ails ya

I was talking to a buddy the other day. “How are you?” I asked.

“I don’t feel so good.”

“What’s wrong?”

“I can’t ride fast anymore and I’m always tired in the morning and I wear out quick. 785 more words


Flowery Conquistadors

Today at the museum we celebrate flowers. It’s Spring Break at our house and we’re visiting the Sunshine State for some sand, surf, and a little history.  182 more words

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Florida, again!

My sense of direction is notoriously opposite what it should be. Needless to say we turned south instead of north. Adding to our already extensive list of interesting and historical Florida locations, we spent some time in St. 659 more words


Today in 1513: Ponce de Leon discovers Florida

Today in 1513 Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon discovers Florida and goes ashore on the Florida coast, and claims the territory for the Spanish crown. 159 more words



We stopped by the “trendiest” place in Atlanta in search of some dessert. I’m not the biggest ice cream/gelato/fro-yo eater but I enjoy it once in awhile. 255 more words

Food Blog

Life in the Big City

By: Kate Foley, 1st year Epidemiology

I was raised Saint Augustine, Florida, a small town in the northeast part of the state. To some people who read their history books, it’s the oldest city in the country. 656 more words


Navigating the Fulltime RV Waters Along the Rio-de-Ays

Spending a month on the Indian River has allowed us to learn quite a bit…including how it was that the river’s name came about. More on that later…. 1,335 more words

Fulltime RVing