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... war. St. Augustine was thus one of the few places in the United States where Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, issued in 1862, actually freed any slaves. After the war, land was leased to freed slaves on what was then the west bank of Maria Sanchez Creek. Initially called Africa, the settlement later became Lincolnville and is today listed in the National Register of Historic Places, along with three other historic districts in the city. Twenty years after the end of ...
... 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 ...
... everyone. Even Charles was pouring water for everyone. We are a self a sufficient bunch. The actual waitress was telling Celeste what to get people to drink. That was a hoot. Two patrons entered and it was a lady and a policeman. I looked at him and said "Oh my gosh, they have already called in the troops on us." He had a good laugh. Dinner was really good and we had a fun experience. After dinner, we had a few Kodak moments and said our ...
... north. Trish wowed us with 3 holes in one at mini putt and despite this being our fourth round, we placed 3rd and 4th. We have a 100% record for a guest winning a free game!
We also got a consulting job while we were here, which was great because we were indoors a lot anyway. We both enjoyed working for a living, despite having to be up and dressed for Skype sessions by 9AM some days.
We have been unable to resist the ...
When I got to the boatyard this morning I had decided I was going to have to reject the vessel. This decision meant we were back to square one, after almost 2 months of work and several thousand dollars spent.
Now I'm not religious, but it was at this point that GOD intervened.
As the surveyor and I were ...