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Stop 7: Scenic Cruise... ALL ABOARD!!
Okay, For the last stop of our vacation Jordan had yet another surprise! Again, I was constantly asking questions to figure out what it could be and not getting much of anything. Well he was trying so hard to not spill the beans that he accidently did! I felt so bad and he was so mad at himself. So instead of being surprised I had a whole day of anticipation.
We finally are able to get ...
Stop 5: The Jail House... LOCK EM UP!!
This was such a fun place to see. Not only didn't you get to tour the jail, but you went to jail. Locked up and going through the day an inmate would have. We saw all the levels of security cells, the kitchen, the sheriffs home, and even the hanging deck.
Back then the sheriff and his family had a portion of the jail that was a house. Two stories, living room with a fire place, an office with the ...
Our first adventure in the little trailer. Spiders were abundant !
Beautiful beach, No dogs allowed :( although they did get to play in the water a bit !
Downtown St. Augustine is as always wonderful and dog friendly.
Learned a ton from the first trip. 1. Use tarps 2. Broom 3. Travel a ...
OK, first the sales pitch: only 28 days (4 weeks!) left to support the pygmy hippo project via a donation on my website!!!!!
THANK YOU SO MUCH to all of you who have contributed already, it really means a lot to me and it will make a huge difference to my research and to the pygmy hippos. A few tips about donating – you can do it even if you don't have Pay Pal. You just have to ...
... of things for us to bury our parents (and not the other way around.)
At the synagogue service, after Rabbi Lubliner’s meaningful words about Mom, my sisters and I read our own eulogy:
Our Mother didn’t do old age so well. She embraced the challenges of her pain and mobility issues courageously, but those last few years do not tell the story of who Mom was. In her younger decades, our Mom lived with enthusiasm. Her professional and ...