Regency Inn Jacksonville
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Although we had planned on 6 months we made it 113 days and Terry drove the motorhome 7,478 miles and 6,480 in the Jeep totaling 13,958.
We saw everything we wanted to see and were lucky to have good weather every where we went until we hit the south and got the rain and humidity.
Our next journey will continue next year....Stay tuned.
... old gang still worked there. None the less it was another good reunion for him.
On the 4th Mike, Roy and the kids went to a family friends place. From the sounds of it, these people are not wanting for anything as they had a fabulous home on the ocean and a 300K yacht on the dock. They put on a beautiful buffet lunch while the kids enjoyed the pool and although Roy didn’t stay for their personal firework display, Mike said ...
... be floating docks there.
Once again we only stayed three nights in Fernandina. While the diver was able to make a few repairs they were only temporary. Now we were under the double urgency of getting to Savannah in time to see the kids and to get our boat fixed at Thunderbolt Marina. As much as we would have liked to get there in one day the distance was such that it would take two days . Also, since there were very few marinas that could accommodate a boat with ...
... kids to try and get autographs...Hayley not releasing that you needed something for them to sign, one of the players gave her a sweaty arm band that he signed for her. She was happy and the night came to an end.
Or so we thought. Juggling Zoe's iPad, my handbag and phone at the arena, I managed to loose my phone! We turned around, and by that time the arena was closed. Bashing on the door until it was answered, I was escorted onto the court ...
... 10,00 pounds.
Built for short, high-powered bursts of speed, the trucks generate 1,500 to 2,000 horsepower and are capable of speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.
Moster trucks can fly up to 125 to 130 feet (a distance greater than 14 cars side by side) and up to 35 feet in the air.