Emma'S Cottage House
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... but pleasant. We took the minor roads which gave us wonderful vistas of groves of oak trees adorned with Spanish Moss, and of course gave us a leisurely pace compared to the Interstate Highway we could have taken.
I have to mention that when travelling down the highways and byways of America you are inundated with roadside signs. They are everywhere, advertising food, hotels, fireworks, gas stations (petrol ...
... Priest, Jesuits and Franciscan along the Atlantic coast from present-day Miami to Chesapeake Bay and Westwood to Pensacola. The Indians lived in big grass huts and of course the floors were dirt with grass rugs. One hut was the living room another was a bedroom. the kitchen was more or less out doors. And then there was the mission where the priest had Sunday Mass. The weather had gotten cold and rainy so I didn't stay out sight seeing. I ...
... The city of Jacksonville is about a 25 minutes drive from the mall. The first place we stopped at was the City Hall which is a very beautiful old building and of course like all old buildings were used for many different businesses at one point in the early years of the 1900s the building burn down but later was restored. There were many pictures of different buildings and pictures along the walls and she told stories about some of ...
... time we had a few steps to go up and but that's great because we need that therapy going up and down steps. At least I do. The group leaders put others to the test and gave us some trivial questions. The questions was all about Florida and who knows all about Florida? Not me. This makes a trip really interesting because we find out so much about the different places that we are passing by on what we will be seeing.
I got a nice surprise on the bus. ...
... off, and he was found at the last moment. Eeeeekkk!!
The Chesser Family homesteaded here on the edge of the swamp in the 1800's. They were a hardworking family who used the swamp for food, the land for planting and the buildings to store their food and provisions. The land around the home was usually sand and kept very clean with no weeds or growth. This helped as a firebreak, ...