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Rifat and I walked (more likely: ran) into our apartment today at about 7 PM. On the mini-van’s odometer: 3,823.2 mi This was done in 10 days. W (16) -Sa (26). On average, we drove: 382.3 miles per day. If … Continue reading

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Цитрусовый сад

Сегодня мы заехали на цитрусовую ферму где можно было за 20 долларов собрать 10-12 кг. свежих апельсинов, мандаринов или грейпфрутов. Вы не поверите какие вкусные свежие апельсины с дерева. Под палящим солнцем Флориды цитрусовая корка становится жестче а внутренность мягче … Continue reading

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The Dancing Mannequin

The Dancing Mannequin. Short story of mine that was just published. This is shameless self-marketing on my part. Feel free to glance at it and the website it was published at. Any and all comments are welcome.   Thanks, -Steven … Continue reading

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McDonald Again

Still waiting to hear if McDonald’s is going to sponsor us with free coffee drinks, I’m keeping my hopes up. But with all the advertising I’ve done for them I think I deserve at least one free coffee. Been hanging … Continue reading

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Beach Bazaar

Here’s one more (possible) corporate sponsor. The ladies down at “Beach Bazzar” have promised me a piece of candy for each customer, who pays more than $10, that we send their way. If you are by Daytona Beach anytime soon, … Continue reading

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Дайтона Бич

Сегодня утром мы решили, что пляжи на севере Флориды очень скучны. Вода почему-то казалась холодней, а город в котором мы были казалось замер. Оказалось что северная Флорида это место для тихого семейного отдыха, а все веселье как раз на юге … Continue reading

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PICTURES!

You requested them, or maybe not, so here they are. Manhattan to Florida Sorry it took so long to upload (there are plenty of pictures worthy of skipping past), yesterday I tried to upload them but WordPress was down. What … Continue reading

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