#FloridaForty Day 13 Taylor Creek to Dania Beach

What a day!  We started the day and finished it by eating some great food!

“The Crack” (Cracker Barrel) in the morning….

And finished the day at a local bar and grill, The Florida Boy (William even had Fish Tacos).

In between those food endcaps, we saw some sights, went To The Moon, saw Santa, sat on the beach, met the elephant’s cousin, and visited another Harley Dealership.

After eating, we went to Manatee Lagoon.  It is a place where the manatee come to enjoy the warm water.  When Kelly took the picture of the kids listening to the manatee, we thought they were really into learning about them.  Come to find out, they were listening to the sound they make when they fart.  Should have known!

Picked up some cool souvenirs too!  Could you have guessed that the manatee is a cousin of the elephant based on this one in a stocking?

We stopped at the W. Palm Beach Harley and had some stares as we drove the RV around their tight parking lot…”don’t worry, we won’t hit your bikes!”

After seeing the Harleys that we like to ride, the little kids wanted to ride too.

So we took them to Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton to ride a carousel.

Next, it was To The Moon, (http://tothemoonmarketplace.com/) a small novelty shop that has all the popular candies of the past two hundred years and from over 60 countries.

Of course the kids were in heaven…and so was Kelly, literally like a kid in a candy store.

Had to see Santa and this amazing Christmas Village at The Christmas Palace in Fort Lauderdale!

As the day got warmer, and the showers looked like they were going to miss us, we stopped at a great beach, with a lot of history.  Check out this link to read a little about it: Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park

We arrived at our campground just before dark, did necessary laundry, got the kids bathed, had a cup of coffee, and that was all she wrote.  We were worn out.

Author: Thomas6Travels

We're a little family who loves to travel!

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