Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Yulee
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... our Aussies), Lawyers wanting work for just about any case you can imagine. There was one road sign that took Margaret's fancy.
Another thing that both Margaret and Glestelle enjoy seeing in the RV Parks are the little grey squirrels. They seem to be everywhere, busily collecting or eating nuts or whatever they can scrounge. I have to admit they are cute little suckers.
After our long tedious drive of forty ...
... stares. Some of these people have a way with staring at you that make your skin crawl. there wasn't much time left before we had to meet the bus to go to the Fountain Of Youth". so we just looked around the little shops and in doing so we came across the little old school house that remined me of the wooden school I went to when I was in the first grade. It was nice to end our time seeing it and to think of the memories.
Once again we ...
... river that flows north or up anyway the St. John River flows different from any other river hope you understand that. They have quite a few bridges up and down the river and they're all painted a different color because when they tell somebody directions they can tell them what color bridge to go over, just take the blue bridge and you'll get there. All in all we had fun on the cruise. We had a lot of laughs and a lot of good history. ...
... me in that rocking chair rocking. Just when I want to be.
After a great meal and wonderful company and spending time out on the deck and enjoying the evening we check into to the best Western hotel for the rest of our visit. After settling down and watching a little TV I fell asleep, had a good nights rest and here I am talking with you. I hope that you all have been enjoying this trip as much as I am. I love you all, many hugs.God Bless until next ...
... 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 ...