Comfort Suites Jacksonville
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... and begin our drive to Jacksonville Airport. We got there pretty smoothly, we dropped our car off and walked back into the terminal to pick our new car up. We were given the exact same Nissan Versa, this time a dark grey one (much nicer). By the time we leave its 1pm, and we hit a few hiccups because my navigation skills failed us within the first 5minutes of the drive. We get back on track and off to Atlanta we go. ...
... taking up too much space in our bags. We spend all morning sorting this out and decide to head to Walmart as we hadn’t walked into one yet since getting to the U.S. We have fun exploring all areas of Walmart and end up walking out with some lunch supplies in order to go home.
We get home, have some BBQ chicken sandwiches/salad for lunch, and spend the rest of the afternoon ...
... town. We got home and relaxed for the afternoon before heading out at low tide (around 6:30-7pm) to go shark tooth hunting.
We get to the beach and begin our shark tooth hunting experience, the beginning of our hunting was dry and we weren’t having much luck, however uncle Rob found the first one. It was a weird brown shark tooth, and after seeing what it looked like it was much easier to know what I was looking ...
... next 45 minutes; it was absolutely breath-taking. Again the beach was littered with a variety of interesting sea birds, but this time there were also a number of people setting up for the annual “Never Quit Never” event, an organization that raises awareness for the plight of the less fortunate, from cancer survivors and those suffering from debilitating medical conditions to war veterans to POW/MIA soldiers. That morning they were holding a 5K footrace ...
... for everyone. We knew not to argue with her about hats and sunscreen, and no one went out on the beach without them. I don’t think we dare stop now.
Mom was a liberal thinker who believed in equality for all. She drew a great deal of satisfaction from her work, helping underprivileged students get a foothold in the working world. We are proud that after the 1960’s race riots in Jacksonville, Mayor Hans Tanzler appointed our Mother to his ...