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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 ...
... in Deland, we loaded up the Grumman Tiger and headed northwest. The tailwinds we enjoyed coming south were now against us, and the trashy weather in north Florida meant filing IFR to get out of the state. Made it back to Bozeman after an overnight in Kearney, KS. When we taxied in at Kearney, the EAAs B-17 , "Aluminum Overcast" was sitting on the ramp to great ...
... achy hips and foot. We also went to lunch at the mall and hit the bookstore. Joe and the kids stayed at the house to pack and do laundry. Tues, we drove with Ron and Charlotte to Atlanta. We visited with Aunt Sondra, Uncle Terry, Uncle Wayne and G'ma Elva. After dinner we went to (cousin) Rachel's house where we stayed for 2 nights. Wed, we took the kids to Barnes and Noble. (Raelyn really wanted to browse books in English!) ...
... nice old city. Outlet malls beckoned in order to replenish the 8 week supply of 6 pairs of socks packed but used up in just a week.
After 3 days we headed south to Cocao beach to visit with Annette's favourite second cousin Maureen. At 84, she never ceases to amaze with her liveliness, vivacity and mirth. I can only hope and pray to be that alive when I'm 84. We celebrated Annette's birthday with Maureen and Joan at ...