Country Hearth Inn Jacksonville Airport
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... got changed and went straight out to dinner at Chilli’s at the Avenue in Powder Springs. We sit down in this booth, order some fajitas to share between 2 people and Mike and Ida get the same thing (because it looks pretty delicious). We all order a round of drinks and the catch ups begin! The food was delicious and we had a wonderful dinner with the both of them.
We get home to Mike and Ida’s and get ...
... starters. Patty- Ann ordered some fried okra for us to try as we’d never head of it, it was so so delicious and it was difficult not to eat it! We ordered our mains and gulped them down quite quickly. After dinner, we decided to go and sit on the restaurant deck along the river where we spent another hour chatting away. It was a beautiful evening, no humidity, relaxing atmosphere and ...
We woke up a little rusty today after all the wine we had drank last night. So there was no way I could get any morning exercise done, therefore straight to the coffee machine it was. Today we decided to drive into Jacksonville and check out the housing and the area as uncle Rob had mentioned it was very different, old and colonial looking.
We head off just before lunch and take a look around, and uncle Rob is right, it is a ...
... her to pursue a career in teaching history, is a man named Tom Rice. Tom was in the army during WWII, and on June 6th, 1944, he was part of the allied invasion of Normandy, parachuting onto the beach. I first met Tom when he visited France and Germany in the 1980s, and I hadn’t seen him since. But now he was planning to commemorate his D-Day jump right here in Jacksonville, as part of the Never Quit Never event, together with a team of professional ...
... dinner together at our favorite Thai restaurant.
Players by the Sea is a small community theatre known for pushing the limits and producing plays that that promote cooperation, openness, and inclusiveness. The plays are usually a little avant-garde—especially for Jacksonville. I wasn't always sure how mom would react, but nothing fazed her, and our dinner conversations after the play were always enlightening.
In the fall of 2010, the first play ...