TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Dec. 22 (UPI) -- Outgoing Florida Gov. Jeb Bush cited fresh towels as the part of the governorship he'll miss most, the Tallahassee Democrat reported Friday.
Speaking to reporters for perhaps the last time as governor, Bush said he would miss life in the governor's mansion, specifically the food, the beauty of the residence, and a never-ending supply of fresh towels.
"I don't know how it is in your life but it's -- most of the time, you know, most people take showers and you use towels six or seven times. But here, although I've been trained to do otherwise, any time I want, I can have a new towel," Bush told the newspaper.
Bush and his wife, Columba, left the mansion Friday after dedicating a new library in the governor's mansion Thursday. The two were expected to spend the Christmas and New Year's holidays elsewhere in South Florida, the newspaper said.