In Puerto Rico, it is traditional for children to fill a box with fresh grass or hay and put it underneath their bed, for the Wise Men's camels. The three kings will then take the grass to feed the camels and will leave gifts under the bed as a reward. These traditions are analogous to the customs of children leaving mince pies and sherry out for Father Christmas in Western Europe or leaving milk and cookies for Santa Claus in the United States.
Edwin & Reye's home in Kissimmee was very nicely decorated.
No gift exchange at the party, but there was a lot of enjoyable talk and dance.
The band was good. I was told that the group is well known appearing on Television in Puerto Rico.
Here's a link to a nearly complete song video. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rjohnso3a/11845179525/
There was some wildlife seen during our stay at the Orlando Thousand Trails park.
This tortoise had a den at the back of the next door campsite. Numerous other dens were present throughout the campground.
There were also several pairs of blue herons living at the park.
This pair seemed intrigued by the camera.
Here's the new induction cook top I picked up at BJ's. It has proved ideal for use in the motorhome. The propane cooktop and oven in the coach works OK. However, the combustion by products of its open flame would frequently set off our smoke alarms. No flames and no alarms with the induction burner. Also a quart of water boils in less than 3 minutes with none of the waste heat from a gas flame.
Here is one of the pets at the Cedar Key campground. Probably a Saint Bernard. It's got to be one of the largest dogs I've seen in an RV.
Finally, I found a sign to make the neighborhood safer for us old folks.