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We made it to Jacksonville, Florida, Thursday, July 3rd, after a real nice evening in Gulfport, Mississippi. I definitely did much better on the room accommodations, landing us just a few blocks from the beach. We used the limited time we had left in the day to walk the beach and then found a great little Italian restaurant called Salute for dinner. All in all, I'd say a much better evening than the previous night!
My sister Barbie and her ...
... br> Needless to say, those last couple of hours before making port in St. Augustine were a little nerve wracking. We were very happy to see the marina and put this trip behind us. Almost home free. We only had to enter the harbor and find our slip. Unfortunately, the entrance was just past an inlet to the ocean and converged with two rivers. Currents would definitely be an issue. We hailed the marina as we always to for approach directions and they warned us about the ...
... are apparent and the occasional preconception that features it. Performing a test for herpes and going on medicine will help to cushion the sores and make the contaminated individual feel a lot better. People contaminated with herpes do not have much trouble like those with the infection around the mouth aspect. This is because sores is situated in a hide place such as the penis, vagina, thigh, buttock ...
... to have a fairly enjoyable conversation with the two ladies I was sitting with. One of them was on her way to New York and the other had just finished biking across America. Did I mention that she was in her sixties? It was amazing to me. I mean, I'm 23, and there is no way I could spend a month on a bike. I would die.
No, seriously, I would probably be hit by a car because I'm not all that well versed in biking etiquette.
Anyways, I believe ...
We took a 45 minute Ferry to Cumberland Island National Seashore which is the only way you can get to this island. It is a very primitive island with limited services. A National Park Ranger took us on a 6 hour van ride and talked about the history of the island going back to the 1500's.
The Rockefellers had property on this island, and at one point the Carnegies owned 90% of ...
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