Devil'S Elbow Fishing Camp
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... and fifty-five years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, the Spanish established at St. Augustine this nation's first enduring settlement. The architectural legacy of the city's past is much younger, testimony to the impermanent quality of the earliest structures and to St. Augustine's troubled history. Only the venerable Castillo de San Marcos, completed in the late seventeenth century, survived destruction of the city by invading British forces in 1702. Vestiges of the ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... checked the menu and they had Deviled Eggs - Or is that Stuffed Eggs???? Take your pick. Lunch was Deviled eggs, Shrimp po-boys, crab chowder, fried chicken, broccoli casserole and chorizo grits - whatever that is. I just know they were a little spicy. Our waitress was Lola and she had her name tag on upside down. I figured it was so she could read her name in case she forgot who she was. After I mentioned it, she laughed and turned ...
... Bonaventure Cemetery is one of the most famous graveyards because of the ornate headstones and sculptures. We stopped for a quick bite to eat and then made our way to this large cemetery that abuts he intercoastal waterway. It is filled with century old trees hung with Spanish moss and although there are a few paved roads, most of the graveyard is small sandy lanes and paths between family plots. Many families have surrounded their ...
... by since I had never seen one before) and more than a few towns named after Scandinavian places (Denmark, Norway etc.)
Arriving at the KOA in St. Augustine we were ready to return to our camping roots. The office was already closed so we would just have to cruise around the place and see what was open and toss an after hours registration in the box.
Our first mistake was setting up camp between two sets of ...