Friday, February 3, 2012


Mary did a great job of teaching line dancing at Orlando TT. Suzanne and she had taken a workshop with Ira Weisburd this past summer and had a lot of his dances to teach us.
I taught the Tennessee Waltz Supreme that he choreographed before we left the park.

We danced Brazil to a Happy Birthday song to celebrate Mary Lou's (yellow) and Alice's (blue) birthdays. Karen (pink) had just come back to the park after being on some cruises and is ready to start teaching again also.

Sunday after church we met Terri and Jim at Legends for a brunch. The food was very good and the deal was buffet and 18 holes of golf with cart for any afternoon for $50 for two people. We were a little mad with them when we got our bill. They added a $10 gratuity plus tax so we ended up paying $68

On Monday afternoon we got togeether again to play golf. A pretty course to play on!

Terri and Jim. By the tenth hole we were getting tired so played a fun game of best ball.

Don't we all look professional?

To celebrate our 9th anniversary we went to Mount Dora to the Windsor Rose Tea Room for a dinner and magic show.

I had seen this event advertised in the paper. You had to make reservations and you had three
entrees to choice from. We had salmon, it was very good with great service.

For desert we had a raspberry chocolate cake.

The magician was funny and we had an enjoyable evening.

We left TT on Wednesday and drove 10 miles to Tropical Palms at Old Town for the February campout with the Blue Herons.

Wednesday night 6 of us went to Celebrations and ate at Columbia.

The Columbia is an old Cuban/Spanish cuisine restaurant. There are a few of them in Florida. There main one is in Ybor City by Tampa. The food was delicious and we had a very nice meal.

We enjoyed a happy hour each afternoon. A time to gather and talk.

One evening we had a big pot of chili. The meals are always good.We did some line dancing, Ann taught us how to crochet pet blankets for the human society, and we put together a puzzle.

Crazy 7's were played in the evening. Mike and Barb Turner were able to camp with us for the first time. It was nice getting to know them.

We leave on Sunday to go to Red Bay, Alabama to get our slide repaired. Hope the weather isn't too cold. I like this warm Florida weather!

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