Devil'S Elbow Fishing Camp
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... party, we parted ways and continued south, driving to exit 305 in Florida where we fueled up and parked overnight at a truck stop. Since we were just stopped overnight, we decided not to extend the slide outs, which meant that we were not going to sleep in the bigger bed. Piper took the loft, Darin took the bottom bunk and I took the couch. Penny is on a dinette bench. Sleep ...
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After Doug and Marg moved on to Kissimmee, Rick and Ardeth arrived for the week. They plied us with culinary delights and put Annette under a lot of pressure to equal the gastronomy. As always she rose to the task, without much input from me, no BBQ damn! Ask her about her latest creation, called Tequilla chicken. We engaged in all of the above activities, see accompanying cannon photos, and ...
We must recommend the DiVirgilio Bed & Breakfast. It was fantastic. We cannot give it enough stars! Not only were the accommodation wonderful but they actually made you feel like family! We are Currently driving South on I-95, only 238 miles to Miami International Airport! We made such good time driving south that we stopped for gas about 2:30pm in Boyton Beach. We didn't want to get to the airport TOO ...
After a restful night, we got up and went back to Jaybirds for breakfast. We came back to the room to load the car and checkout of the hotel. We parked the car across the street and walked to the fort in old town. Turns out that this fort is part of the national parks device so Don could use his park pass to get is in. There were a fair amount of people there with more coming in as the morning wore on. ...
... Castillo De San Marcos we went back into time. To the time of piracy through a playful museum. The museum held the largest collection of pirate artifacts in the world. We saw 1 of 2 last remaining Jolly Roger flags. They also had the last remaining pirate chest. The chest last belonged to Captain Thomas Tew. At the end of the museum they even threw in some movie memorabilia.
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