Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Lenoir Avenue East
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... br> We ate our packed lunch around 1:30pm and we stopped just outside of Perry around 3pm for caffeine, fuel and snacks. We got back on the road and hit some traffic coming into Atlanta (which I felt was normal) however we drove through thunderstorms also, which made the traffic that much worse.
We finally arrived at Mike and Ida’s house at 7pm just before another thunderstorm and pouring rain started. We ...
... tv, reading, etc. I decided to exercise as the heat had died down and it was not so humid.
The evening rolled around quite quickly and we had dinner plans to go to the Fish Camp with uncle Rob and Patty- Ann (a close friend we met at our Sunday BBQ a few days ago). So we head out around 5:45pm for a 6pm dinner. We get to the Fish Camp and sit down inside this busy little restaurant 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 ...
... the view at night was darkness, since we were right on the water. The clientele of this place, however, was more than a bit on the sketchy side. Let’s just say that most people were missing a few teeth, a basic fashion sense (really, you left your house wearing that on purpose?), and an understanding of how much make-up is maybe too much. Everyone in the joint was blatantly hitting on or lewdly staring at someone else. Anyway, one drink and we headed home. Later ...
... Even with all of those years of all of us kids learning Pesach songs, though, still none of us were able to help her figure out that “chasal siddur pesach” melody she always just almost could recall from her childhood and always tried to sing at the end of seder.
Grandma loved perpetuating our family’s traditions by involving us in making food for holiday celebrations. All of us have fond memories of mashing nuts for charosets for Passover, ...