Spencer House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... is in a perfect location with the river on one side and a 5 minute walk to the ocean on the other. It was a bit windy so spent a few hours lounging at the pool and when the clouds came around 1, packed it in to start the trek north.
We took the scenic route along the #1 Coastal Highway. A little slower but certainly a more interesting travel than the highway.
Set up camp at the KOA in St Mary's, just on ...
Today, Tuesday, we had a great trip north, back into Georgia. Lynn had her visit with her two cohorts. We loaded up, unhooked and hit the road. We fueled up near Welaka and headed through Palatka and soon were on Interstate 95.
The traffic was light until we got into the Jacksonville area, but tolerable, if you pay attention. I've been at Shorty's helm for over twenty-five ...
... Noe, a 31 year veteran of the island. She entertained us with stories of the wild horses and the various inhabitants of the island over the years (primarily the Carnegies). After the tour we were free to roam the island so long as we were back to the pier before the ferry's departure. We chose to walk to the beach . . . A half mile journey on white powdery sand. Challenging for Spencer, but worth the effort. The beach offered up some of the most beautiful shells of our ...