Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Deerwood Park
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... is one of God's greatest gifts to me). I was at peace while serving in New York; uncomfortable but at peace. I could not find peace in Germany and thus decided to cut my mission short. The night I decided to come home early was the only night I slept peacefully the whole trip. I love Germany and I love the people I met but God had a *********** I needed to learn. It took me flying thousands of miles ...
... it's work, work, work, and write, write, write. Whose idea was the PhD thing, anyway?!?!
Meanwhile, I leave you with this cute photo I took the other day at the Tampa Lowry Park Zoo of Zsa-Zsa (mom) and Zuri (7-month old calf).
And if anyone in the USA is bored, I have plenty of (smelly!) samples you can come help me organize and analyze, but please don't all volunteer at once.
Thank you so much,
... and a beautiful Red-Headed Woodpecker we saw some trees with white paint. A sure sign there were Red-cockaded Woodpeckers nesting nearby. Ok so here is a side rant - whose bright idea was it to paint the trunks of trees where an endangered species nests. Um - doesn't seem like a brilliant idea to me but I work in HQ so what do I know! Ok enough of that - after finally finding the colony it was dark so even if there any woodpeckers around. We ...
... of focus on fast cars. Also a pretty depressing place in many ways looking hot, dry and tired. The beach itself was mile after mile of flat straight beach with a never-ending road lined by pretty unattractive homes (mainly newer builds and gated communities) and condos. A worthwhile detour from the highway.
Arriving in St Augustine was a relief. It sits at the mouth of a harbour and ...
Asked by friends earlier in the month to participate in the HEAL walk/fundraiser for Autism, we joined the 'Aussies for Autism' group and set off to the Zoo.
A little bit of a drive from our new home in Fleming Island, we arrived late and set off on our own hoping to see a few others that we knew along the way.
With Aussie hats on we set off towards the animals and wondered at our own pace throughout the Zoo.