Fairfield Inn by Marriott Jacksonville/Orange Park
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I left Jacksonville bound for Houston and Buenos Aires by plane, and eventually to Parana, by bus. From wheels up in Jville to a warm embrace from Maxi (my Argentine exchange brother from high school) it was a total of 26 hours and over 5,000 miles. It was a long but smooth trip and it was worth every minute of it to catch up with him and his family Luli and Franco. (he's a 3 year old tazmanian devil but mostly human Maxi assures me) ...
... fall apart. I found that pretty interesting. We saw people making butter out of lye and lard and other people were shaking up homemade butter in jars as they walked around. There was a band playing bluegrass music and kids trying to play with the old metal ring and stick games. The best part of the whole event was the free food tastings. They had freshly squeezed cane sugar juice and a sampling of old fashioned cooking. We got to try sweet potatoes, biscuits, and ham and ...
... Last weekend there Cajun cooked up some fried gator tail, gator ribs and gator jambalaya. MMMM MMMM GOOD!!! Once again everybody made dishes and we turned it into a party.
Some of the pictures attached were from cindy and eds dock (most of the fishing ones) which we are thankful to for letting us fish off of. Theres a lot of mixed pics hope you enjoy them.
... folks, not cry about leaving him at the
airport on top of that! I hope I don't cry at all, but come on -- let's be realistic.
I have been playing with my new camera for the trip, the battery is charged! I have started gathering my belongings in one area and I will probably start officially packing my bags tomorrow!
Here's to my last week in Orange Park, Florida! :) WOOHOO!
... slow lane). I managed to navigate my way to St Augustine (about an hour away) having looked at where I needed to go on a Google Streetview in the morning and arrived there at about 1030. My plan was to ride in the 'trolleys' as they call them here. They're road vehicles shaped like a train that take you on a tour of the city, with a guide driving it and giving you a bit if history along the way, who stops off at various points of interests for you to get off ...