Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Jacksonville South
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... I'll be updating this blog as often as possible and suspect I'll be writing more after leaving Parana and am traveling solo. There's plenty to talk about but will try not to bore you all. If you want to hear more about anything or see more pictures, I'll be happy to bore you on a one on one basis when I get back :) Thats all for now; I'm planning to write again in the new year before I leave Parana for BA. 12/31 Happy New Year's ...
... in the morning. It was a little bit of a cloudy day but it was still nice enough to wear shorts and a light sweater so we took advantage by driving to Okefenoke National Park. Yes say that name out loud, it’s so fun! Okefenoke is a park that is mostly wetland, marshes, and swamps. When we got there we found out there was a big event going on to help raise money for the park. We drove to the Chesser Homestead which was hosting the event and walked around with all ...
... she did in later years. She always told me never to marry a man just because he was good looking, although she tried to relax that rule as I got closer to 30.
She thought it was never too late to improve yourself. She took a calligraphy class in her 60s because she was embarrassed by her poor handwriting. As one of her class projects, she made a picture and framed it for me. The legend she inscribed was, Choose to Be Happy.
It’s important, those four ...
... room lasting till well into the morning. Visits from the kids, grand kids, steff, aunt debbie, Mitch brandi, beth, brittany, mcdaniel, gwynn and the kids and lil allen were enjoyed. A few boat rides with bobby and Michelle added to the summer.
Had a afternoon storm with a wind gust measured by the ship yard at 95 mph did some damage, i was lucky no ...
... north; Don't venture far off the main highway...the sounds of the banjo from Deliverance kept surfacing in our brains. I tried to convey these messages to Graeme (he was driving at this time), but I noticed that we were travelling well over the speed limit at times and, we kept seeing flashing blue lights, evidence that the patrol cars were out and about. Then, Graeme decided that we should see Savannah, Georgia, since we had time and may never pass this way again. I swear ...