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... northeast coast of Florida. St. Augustine was to serve two purposes: as a military outpost, or PRESIDIO, for the defense of Florida, and a base for Catholic missionary settlements throughout the southeastern part of North America. Maintaining St. Augustine as a permanent military colony, however, was a mighty task. Without the courage, perseverance, and tenacity of the early settlers, it is doubtful that the community would have survived. English pirates and corsairs pillaged and ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... visit with Sister and Bates. The Bates crew is all decked out in their Georgia paraphanelia and went to the beach for some picture taking. When we arrived at the Bates Abode, we got to see Lexie, for the first time on the trip, and I think she was glad to see us. At least her tail was wagging, so that was a good sign. Dee Dee and Mike stopped by as well as Alice, Vicki, Patrick, Nathan and Tricia. We had a full house. Seems some of ...
... some of us headed on to bars afterwards. Me and two girls went to an Irish pub for one then got a little tuc tuc ride over to where everyone else was. It felt like he was taking us into the middle of no where which had us giggling! Every bump in the road we felt it! Was a pretty late one till around 2am. Me and a few of the guys tried to climb a wall to the fountain of youth but it wasn't happening so bed it was! Tomorrow we was leaving Florida after a week and getting into ...
... to the Indians)
7. Some albino peacocks
Then we went to the old fort, Castillo de San Marcos. This was built in 1695 to protect the town from pirate and other attacks. It was never captured by force. It was star shaped with walls constructed of limestone shell that wouldn't crack. And the walls were over 5m thick on the outside. It had a gun deck lined with canons and sentry posts and a mote.