Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Lenoir Avenue South
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... it was not cheap to eat there these days. We weren't hungry yet anyways, so we continued down toward the waterway. There is a street that runs along the river aptly named River Street that is lined with trinket shops, kiosks and restaurants. There were two tall ships and two paddle wheelers docked along the river as well. The tall ships were open for tour at a cost and the paddle wheeler advertised that it would be taking folks on ...
On October 11th, we transitioned to Jacksonville, FL. We had hoped to get to visit friends Nola and Stuart Davis while we were there, but they were out of town.
We pulled out our BBQ Joints book and found "Shack by the Track" in St. George, GA. On Sunday, we drove over and had lunch. The place literally sits right next to the railroad tracks. The owners bought the place and opened an ice cream stand, but found that ...
Today is the day! Jonathan, Keith, Charlie and I are heading to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Jonathan and I did some grocery shopping last night and all I have to say is we are set in the snack department. Dropping Baxter off at Pet Paradise this morning was, as usual, a little sad. He didn't fuss but I got "The Look" as he rounded the corner out of my view. I am picking up the van at 12:30 after work then off we go! Stay tuned for more interesting posts and ...
... of things for us to bury our parents (and not the other way around.)
At the synagogue service, after Rabbi Lubliner’s meaningful words about Mom, my sisters and I read our own eulogy:
Our Mother didn’t do old age so well. She embraced the challenges of her pain and mobility issues courageously, but those last few years do not tell the story of who Mom was. In her younger decades, our Mom lived with enthusiasm. Her professional and ...