Hilton Garden Inn Jacksonville Orange Park
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... off to the golfers, Mecca, Atlanta about an hour later. My golf is not good enough to go there anyway. The first place we set the Garmin for, Port Wentworth, we arrived at around midday, so just refuelled and had a Wendy's thick shake for lunch and reset for StAugustine. Rained intermittently all the way down so checked into a Best Western Motel for 2 nights. This is one of the places a work colleague of Steve's said to visit. He is from Florida. So we booked in for two nights with ...
... special treat! Not many classic warbirds at our cross-country gas stops;-) Now back in the relatively cool mountain climate after the swelter in Florida, the plan is to get the Highlander repacked and restocked for the trek across the country. I have some work to do on airplanes (Tiger, Highlanders, etc) before I leave, so it may be a couple days before I head ...
... We stand around the bar, chat and laugh amongst everyone else and then realise its late and time to head home.
We get home and Uncle Rob decides to try the different rums he has as a last minute decision before piking to bed haha. So we drink and taste test them and decide which one we like best (however I cannot remember what rums we were trying – sorry Rob!). We soon head to bead and pass out very quickly after our long and full day. ...
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also linked with this song, composer lyricist Feng Liu Huan, great!
Melody, and lyrics, only to find it was made for the overseas Chinese,
for thousands Million over the outside of East and West and make people
dream. Perhaps I appeared in the United States, in order to fully
appreciate this situation, only overwhelmed sentiment.
Saturday, April 26th, I was on my way to what I believed was a birthday party for two dear friends at James and Diane's home. Mom and Dad drove separately, so Nathan was my driver. He tried to pass the street sign, but I quickly pointed it out (not wanting be late for the birthday party of course). Turns out, my lovely friends had planned a going away party for me and Nathan was doing his best to delay our arrival. I walked into their beautiful room while they casually guided ...