Sorry, nothing orange prepared for today. We slept in, which felt great just for the fact that I could BREATHE again! The dry unproductive cough that caused headaches is down to an occasional cough and we are on the mend.
Since the RV park is filling up we took the helicopter to a nice park we found while geocaching and Left Brain showed off his new skills.
The boy can now flip and roll that thing. He's quite pleased with this, but I'm sure if I tried the same thing in the car it would be another story.
Then we stopped for lunch at a little local place called the Odd Cuples. This is not a misspelling, they have decorated the entire place with odd (nonmatching) cups on the walls.
We both had the reuben burger and found it very tasty. I could smell the food for the first time and now could actually taste it as well. And it was tasty. It was a hamburger patty on a grilled bun that had Thousand Island dressing spread on it. Then it was topped with sauerkraut and swiss cheese. Yum.
When we returned home we sat outside in the frigid weather wearing jeans and long sleeves until about 4:30 when it got too cold to endure anymore.
It's hard to believe it's almost time to move to the next campground, I feel like we've put down roots here. Which means it's been a little too long. Now we're not sure we want to commit to the full three month stay from January through March. We might keep that open in case we get hitch itch again.
Since I feel the need to show at least one photo, here is some of the classier yard art we've found here in Florida. It's a very patriotic setting of three bathtubs. I thought there'd be a statue of Mary in at least one of them waving a flag, but it was not to be.
Long Live the Recovering Queen