Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Kingsland
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You may ask why this is titled Last Vacation. Because this is our last vacation since I am retiring at the end of the year,,,,any more trips will be journeys not vacations. I hope our beginning is not an indication of how our trip will go. We didn't make it out if our road when the low level buzzer went off. This is a buzzer you can't ignore without it driving you crazy!! We pulled over on the causeway and put fluid in the jack reservoir ...
... I leave my little island paradise for points beyond. I wont see this driveway for at least 40 days. Lunch at Peppers Mexican restaurant (Cause nothing says long motorcycle ride like Mexican food) with my Mom and Dad, step son and the executive pastor of my Mom and Dads church, Mark Barnes. He is rode to the South Carolina line with me as a send off. Enjoyed the time. We rode I95 up to Brunswick then 17N for a change of scenery. Nice country road. We pulled in for gas in who ...
... for spanish moss (clothing, mattresses, packing wounds, etc) so we wandered off and sat with the wild horses for a while (photos). There were horses everywhere. The Dungenous grounds were the main tourist attraction at the island. The plantation house was built before the Civil War by the Carnegie family and houses anywhere between 200 and 500 people before it was burnt down by poachers in the 1950's (photos).
... shared a pizza dinner together one night in Jacksonville. Patsy and I found we had a common hobby – shopping – so we explored the Avalon area of the city on Saturday afternoon, then had lunch at a sidewalk restaurant (very citified for a couple of gals on boats!).
Our next stop moving northward on the coast was at Fernandina on the north end of Amelia Island. We docked at the city marina and were able to walk to restaurants ...
... made from a material called tabby.Skilled slaves would cooked oyster shells in a kiln and collect the lime that was produced.These cooked shells would dissolve in water and then they would mix sand in to the mix make cement. The "concrete" was then poured into forms, layer by layer, to make the walls.
We parked the car and then the first place we went to was the barn.The north side was the oldest side of the barn.Then we walked to the dock and had a little walk around ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking