The Harbor Club
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... northeast coast of Florida. St. Augustine was to serve two purposes: as a military outpost, or PRESIDIO, for the defense of Florida, and a base for Catholic missionary settlements throughout the southeastern part of North America. Maintaining St. Augustine as a permanent military colony, however, was a mighty task. Without the courage, perseverance, and tenacity of the early settlers, it is doubtful that the community would have survived. English pirates and corsairs pillaged and ...
... all the Harley's, it looked very out of place. Even though Main Street was closed off to all other vehicles there was very little parking and they were charging between $5 and $7 dollars down some of the adjoining streets which were also closed off the only free parking was on the pavement on Main Street.
There were bands playing to very small crowds and all the shops and stalls were almost empty. ...
... drinks and felt a bit ****** straight away, so did not manage to stay up as late as we planned but at least we slept till about 5:30 which is much better than 2:00.
Wednesday 11th February
We went for a ride to day and paid a visit to a couple of bike shops. Made a point of asking about some of the rules and regs for riding on the roads out here. ...
... the "lot". Got the repairs finished, motorhome washed, vacuumed and somewhat detailed. Called the city for an extension beyond the 72 hour deadline. Got it and several repairs accomplished.
Motored up to St. Augustine to the Ford dealership to have the "rear seals" checked. Upon inspection, seals were okay disputing the report from Forest City Ford in Iowa. HMMM............... Still have some minor items to be ...
... that route were quite close to the turns. I finally moved into the inside lane to facilitate turning at the opportune time. After a few miles, we made the turn and drove about ten miles to the Interstate.
The miles melted away and we were soon at a Rest Area south of Melbourne and had lunch. With the scarcity of land here in Florida, rest areas are rare. Anytime you want to pull over to rest or such, ...