Journey of Freedom… from Mexico Beach to Summer Bay Resort, Orlando…an amazing journey so far…

by | Oct 22, 2012  Quote from this site…


Home to some of the world’s most beautiful white-sand beaches and clear, clean emerald waters.
White and more white sand on Mexico Beach
Shadow of Steve taking this shot of Judy  Quote from this site

Our Orlando resort is located on a secluded, private 64-acre lake, is quiet and away from it all, yet just minutes from the most popular attractions and activities in the world. Summer Bay Resort Orlando is just 6 quick miles from Walt Disney World® Resort offering complimentary scheduled transportation and within a thirty minute drive from the Universal Studios® Orlando Theme Park Complex and Sea World Parks and Entertainment®. Check out what all the rave’s about today and come and stay the Summer Bay Resort Way”

Judy checking out Summer Bay amenities
Summer Bay Resort Lake

A secluded lake front beach at Summer Bay

Judy and I have traveled over 4000 miles so far on our “Journey of Freedom” as we have coined it along the way.  No firm schedules and plenty of time to take side roads to meet the real folks who live in the small rural towns along the way.  We took the Gulf Coast route from Pensacola to Orlando.  This scenic route was well worth the extra time.  We didn’t waste anytime once arriving to Summer Bay Resort to think only about rest and relaxation for a few days to allow our “60 something” but young at heart bodies take a break.  The weather is perfect, balmy, about 80 degrees during the day.  We will be in Florida for about two months starting this week to really explore this beautiful country from every angle, while catching up with friends and family along the way.

Steve Sparks
Reconciliation: A Son’s Story

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Steve Sparks is a retired information technology sales and marketing executive with over 35 years of industry experience, including a Bachelors’ in Management from St. Mary’s College. His creative outlet is as a non-fiction author, writing about his roots as a post-WWII US Navy military child growing up in the 1950s-1960s.
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