63 Orange Street Bed and Breakfast
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... after everyone else's. Just as we were leaving, the heavens opened up. The waitress told us we could keep our table until it stopped. Fortunately, it didn't last long, even though the radar didn't look promising.
Always a favorite pastime with the girls, especially when they have money in their pockets, we roamed the shops of St. George St to do some shopping. You can't have too many T-shirts!
From there the girls wanted to take some photos at the fort, ...
... br> We ate our packed lunch around 1:30pm and we stopped just outside of Perry around 3pm for caffeine, fuel and snacks. We got back on the road and hit some traffic coming into Atlanta (which I felt was normal) however we drove through thunderstorms also, which made the traffic that much worse.
We finally arrived at Mike and Ida’s house at 7pm just before another thunderstorm and pouring rain started. We ...
... tv, reading, etc. I decided to exercise as the heat had died down and it was not so humid.
The evening rolled around quite quickly and we had dinner plans to go to the Fish Camp with uncle Rob and Patty- Ann (a close friend we met at our Sunday BBQ a few days ago). So we head out around 5:45pm for a 6pm dinner. We get to the Fish Camp and sit down inside this busy little restaurant and ...
We woke up a little rusty today after all the wine we had drank last night. So there was no way I could get any morning exercise done, therefore straight to the coffee machine it was. Today we decided to drive into Jacksonville and check out the housing and the area as uncle Rob had mentioned it was very different, old and colonial looking.
We head off just before lunch and take a look around, and uncle Rob is right, it is a ...
... br> We saw lions, tigers, leopards, lynx, wolves, hyenas, bobcats and a porcupine. One jaguar had had a good life with his owner and got left there while his owner went on holiday but he never came back so the jaguar suffers from depression. There were more stories like this. All these animals could be walked on a leash.
We weren't allowed to take photos because it would scare the animals.