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... downtown, but is rather like a little village. It is idyllic. Surrounded by blue water, glittering in the bright, warm, November sunshine. So bless my friend, each day we did something, and this included live music most days...including a few of his bands. First up, a bar on a busy Friday night in St Petes, another city south of Tampa in the bay...a little Williamsburg style place. He then took me upstate to a country fair...Sumpter County, beer, bbq and ...
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... Tractor School, led by Major William W. Davies. Until barracks and maintenance facilities were completed, the school and its students were housed in the Hotel Dunedin. After training, the Marines from the first Amphibian Tractor School were sent to flesh out the 1st Amphibian Tractor Battalion, which has served with distinction since. In mid-1944, the Marine unit in Dunedin was transferred to Camp Pendleton, ...
... we're both relaxed and recharged and a bit anxious to get home again.I haven't mentioned the mongoose issue here on St. Croix. Similar to Hawaii, mongeese were imported to cure a pest problem (in Hawaii it was rats, here it was snakes). The little critters decided they liked paradise and have pretty much established a thriving population - you see them scurrying about everywhere. During breakfast this morning, one even approached ...
When I rose about 6:30 the news was talking about heavy fog in the
area. In the morning I did final work on the internet and finalized the
things to come with me on the ship, packing the rest for the trip home
Monday, and took a walk to a local store for a bit of last minute
shopping. I left the hotel a little about 11:30 for the 20-minute drive
to the pier. While the documents said "arrive no earlier than 1:30"