Cumberland Island Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... extravaganza. Aaron was to be included in this event, but he steadfastly refused. Last year we took him, but when they told him he couldn't jump on the same trampoline as Rachel (one kid per square), he had a total meltdown and Karen eventually had to take him home. We thought he could handle it better this year, but remembering last year's experience, he would have nothing to do with it. ...
... 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 ...
Life seems to be a series of ***********s learned the hard way. But I also see God most clearly in the beautiful messes that make up this world, so I'm incredibly thankful for the heartaches, headaches, and bad breaks of this life. They remind me that this is not my home. Most days I can find that peace which surpasses all understanding and that is joy to me (considering I'm not a very emotional person I ...
Year 2, Day 129 - Today we ventured into the Okefenokee Swamp. Unfortunately the weather was not the greatest, but we stuck around and went to the park museum and took a ride around the property, walked to an old homestead (the Chesser Island Homestead), and then when the weather finally broke and the rain stopped, we are able to get out on a tour of the swamp. We saw several alligators, and ...
... so far, and it does get easier. I must say that I DO love to travel. Have I mentioned that before? We'll then, I've said it again.
We stopped shortly after we entered Georgia at a Welcoming Center. Unlike others of it's ilk, it was wide open and ready to help us out. I picked up some analog maps and guides for Lynn. She DO love the paper stuff! We had a bite to eat and took ...