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... the Tea Plantation this morning. We sat at a round table for 8. Our salads were waiting for us and they brought out warm biscuits glazed with butter and honey. We had three choices for supper but Larry and I both chose their award winning Honey Pecan Glazed Fried Chicken with smashed potatoes and squash and green bean medley. It was the best chicken I have ever had. We got a drumstick and a breast. There was nothing left but bones. ...
... When I saw a brochure about the trolley tours I mentioned that we had gone on one in St. Augustine. She said if we had our stickers we could get a $2 discount. Jerry has his but I think he threw mine away. The trolley will pick us up here at 9:00 and bring us back at 5:00. Sounds like a deal to me! The campground is gated and can only be entered by code. Someone led us to our campsite,109 and guided Jerry into the paved ...
... are made special by line after line of oak trees drooping with Spanish moss and after strolling round for a few hours we were coerced into heading back by an incoming storm. We then got ready and headed out for a long night which ended up spanning across two states- a very funny evening! Waking up late the next day we relaxed at the hostel and made food and decided ...
... Hospital ship (with 6 operating theatres),and many US Naval vessels. Once clear of the vessels.... Jerry pointed out the Norfolk Southern Coal Company he managed (before his retirement,) with ships loading alongside with coal. The Crane operating, is the largest operating crane at present in the world, (apart from the crane used to shift Apollo for its launch)...The company has been loading ships with coal coming out of Virginia ...
... process of setting it up, I re-read the blog from our
last family trip to Rio. So many memories! Mauro's list of "Must Sees" is growing exponentially, and I can't wait to try to pack it all in. We just somehow have to get all this mess down there first!
Random thoughts as we prepare for this trip:
- Last trip took place in February, which is summer for ...