Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Salisbury Rd. - Southpoint
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Started early this morning with a scrambled egg and bacon (Steve had sausage) plus "grits". Must be an acquired taste for these, which I couldn't acquire. They seem to be like a porridge mix or sort of a Tobago? pudding. The lady at the C&B Bar & Grill said that they were Mahogany based. Still none the wiser. Later found out they are actually ground corn mixed with water. Staple food of the poorer people, mainly in the south. Back on the I-95 South and headed into Georgia. Passed ...
Jack and I had a good run to Jacksonville from Bozeman. Made it all the way to Lawrenceburg, TN the first day. We were really beat after 10 hours of flying, but It was just too hard to give up those tailwinds. After a quick over nite at the hospitable FBO in Lawrenceburg, we made it to Herlong Field in JAX by 10 AM. So now sporting a new 3 bladed CS prop from ...
... checked the menu and they had Deviled Eggs - Or is that Stuffed Eggs???? Take your pick. Lunch was Deviled eggs, Shrimp po-boys, crab chowder, fried chicken, broccoli casserole and chorizo grits - whatever that is. I just know they were a little spicy. Our waitress was Lola and she had her name tag on upside down. I figured it was so she could read her name in case she forgot who she was. After I mentioned it, she laughed and turned ...
... landed there. I lost a record 12 balls, but 9 of those were in the fat grass so somebody would eventually find them just not me. Tricia was wiping her face and pulled her diamond earring out. Oh dear.... She caught the earring, but we searched and searched and finally found the back for it. When she was putting it back on, the earring back got caught in her glove and fell in the grass. We never did find it so just moved on.
Tricia had a little issue where ...
... 8217;s River (border with Georgia). They’ve not only got all kinds of free-roaming native wildlife, they also specialize in housing and breeding various exotic animals that live there in giant open-range pens, including rhino, okapi, cheetah, and much more. Sadly, they are not open to the public, so you cannot sign up for a tour, which is unfortunate because it’s a pretty stunning and special place.
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