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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 ...
... the neighborhoods and parks. One day, First Mate not only heard but actually saw a peacock sitting on a garden wall. Best of all, the marina had lots of manatees.
Because the first week in June was rapidly approaching and we needed to be in Savannah, we left again after only three nights and headed to Fernandina Beach. This was a relatively short, easy cruise but not the most relaxing one because of all the strange noises the boat was making as well as the ...
... that is not quickly visible. Folks with the genital infection often set about their typical business without being stigmatized and still have an energetic relationship. Genital herpes patient taking part in sexual connection is very dangerous as the risk of passing the infection to others is very high. It is often suggested to obtain therapy on this, together with a test to figure out ways to delight in ...
... while we were driving. There were surprisingly pretty pink and yellow flowers by the side of the road. Unfortunately, when I took out my camera to take a picture of them, I found that it apparently hadn't been charged. (I swear, I plugged it in, but that camera has always been a bit fussy about how it's plugged in.) I ended up having to take the photos with my phone, but they still turned out okay.
When we finally arrived at the Jacksonville train station, ...
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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