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Dylan's Amazing Stories

Sit back, relax and enjoy Dylan's Amazing Adventures blog.

Just like Phineas & Ferb sing every weekday morning … "There's 104 days of summer vacation / and school comes along just to end it..." This past weekend was a cram session! The summer has flown by and with it, so has our agenda. The past couple of weekends have been FANTASTIC! The twins now live in Redington Beach, Florida and they are lovin' every minute of it. It's been lazy beach days, body-surfing, seafood and Tampa Bay attractions ...

Read more: 104 Days of Summer

The crew was sitting around the house watching the “tooth fairy” for I think the 25th time (no exaggeration) when an idea had popped into my head! Let’s pile into the “Big Blue Van” and head to the bowling alley. The twins had never experienced the thrill of Bowling ...

Read more: Comics, Gators & the PBA

What could be better than having your mom come visit you for the week! Always making sure that you have your seatbelt on, asking you if you took your medication, leaning over to check your speed, examining the car seats, offering up hand-sanitizer and always insisting that she pay ...

Read more: Fun, Sun and Kiawah

The weekend was upon us and the twins had just got back from Florida (for spring break). When Dylan’s bus rolled up at 2:45pm (on Friday) we patiently awaited the arrival of Ryan’s bus to covertly map out our fun and destruction . Once we piled into the "Big Blue Van" ....

Read more: Blue Angels & Strawberries

As David Cole hunched down and started skating, a shriek and laugh could be heard on the normally quiet Sunday afternoon ice at the St. Pete Times Forum. Cole, the Director of Fan Development for the Tampa Bay Lightning, was giving a participant at the team’s first sled hockey clinic a spin around the ice.

In that trip across the playing surface, Cole wasn’t just giving a disabled athlete a chance to feel the cool air of the rink blow past. He was an example of the efforts of a group of volunteers to bring sled hockey to Tampa ...

Read more: Sled Hockey: On The Cutting Edge

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