The Pelicans on Amelia Island
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... Priest, Jesuits and Franciscan along the Atlantic coast from present-day Miami to Chesapeake Bay and Westwood to Pensacola. The Indians lived in big grass huts and of course the floors were dirt with grass rugs. One hut was the living room another was a bedroom. the kitchen was more or less out doors. And then there was the mission where the priest had Sunday Mass. The weather had gotten cold and rainy so I didn't stay out sight seeing. I ...
... child's head out but to no avail. The police finally called the the mayor of the city to find out what to do and he told them to cut one of the teeth out and so they did and gave the tooth of the little boy. The tour guide was telling us that he she was on another tour of the same place and was telling the story to these people and one of them asked which tooth it was and she could not tell them because you couldn't see where it ...
... big hotel are an office building. It's a pretty building but to look at it it doesn't look like a capital building. More steps to go as you go up the steps there's these beautiful dolphins jumping from the water not real dolphins but there's so beautiful. I saw the real dolphins jumping out the border in Australia. But nevertheless these dolphins are pretty. Just as if we were going to turn airport we had to have a person scanned and walk through the ...
... railroad bridge which is used only by NASA to transport space shuttles to the launch site in Canaveral. We also passed a beautiful lighthouse at Ponce Inlet. We finally began to realize that lighthouses are primarily located on inlets and that we could use them to inform us about the change from river to sea, which translates into current. We saw many lovely homes along the river but for a long time, we traversed mainly through wilderness areas and marshes. It was ...
... further to "Little Talbot State Park". There's lots of State Parks in the US. After spending a little time there I head back across the new bridge towards American Beach. I chill a while and cycle to Parkway Grill. I'm ravenous! It good to be back on a bike and this probably starts my journey back to fitness. I cycle around the island for a further couple of hours. It has been great.
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