Here’s the Egad! moment: I am going to just write down a rather lengthy list with some explanations and leave it at that. If I were forced to make a single suggestion it would be make a visit by yourself before taking the kids (or read the articles about the Bullhole more closely than I did) so you can make a mental checklist of what you want to do there, what “stuff” you feel you may need, and how long you will want to stay (set expectations). Having said that as we were leaving two large parties (6-10 people each) made their way down to the riverbank carrying coolers, blankets, life vests for the younger kids, and an array of chairs – they had obviously been there before and knew what to do and bring. Continue reading “Egad! Part 2 Lessons and Notes”
So today provided much food for thought and a realization that no matter how much you plan for an adventure, something will invariably be left out. The exploration today involved visiting two new places, The Bullhole River Park in Woodleaf NC and Hot Diggity Dogs and Ice Cream in Cooleemee NC and one place we’ve been to before, The Village Point Lake in Clemmons NC. Because of the multiple adventures, this blog will be a tad longer than others…and is split into two postings: one this rendition and one covering Lessons and Attraction Notes.
Continue reading “Egad! Part 1 The Adventures”
On the road from San Ignacio to Ladyville we stopped for a midday meal at Cheers, an open-air restaurant in Belize. The checkout counter was full of various cookies: chocolate chip, oatmeal & cranberry, oatmeal & raisins, peanut butter, ginger, and sugar to name a few. One team member bought every kind offered and shared them with the group. Continue reading “Belize HA*BIT Missions, February 2016: COOKIES”