Channel Marker 71 Barrier Island Inn
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... and fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the Spanish established at St. Augustine this nation's first enduring settlement. The architectural legacy of the city's past is much younger, testimony to the impermanent quality of the earliest structures and to St. Augustine's troubled history. Only the venerable Castillo de San Marcos, completed in the late seventeenth century, survived destruction of the city by invading British forces in 1702. Vestiges of the ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... special treat! Not many classic warbirds at our cross-country gas stops;-) Now back in the relatively cool mountain climate after the swelter in Florida, the plan is to get the Highlander repacked and restocked for the trek across the country. I have some work to do on airplanes (Tiger, Highlanders, etc) before I leave, so it may be a couple days before I head ...
... we sampled vodka and gin. The vodka was some kind of kicking mule concoction and was OK. The gin was - well piney! One sip was quite enough for me. A short trip through the shop and we were finally on our way "home" after a long day of sightseeing. There is a lot to see in St. Augustine and you can't see it in two and half days but we gave it our best shot.
A brief stop at Camping World for Ken to get something he needed and then we were home ...
On the way down we stopped in a couple of places we had always wanted to explore a bit more: Savannah and St. Augustine.
Sadly, while both cities are lovely and history filled, it was still cold in both as you can see from the few chilly poses.
We did have one great day where we went to both TPC Sawgrass and the World Golf Hall of Fame. Paul was in his ...