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Our last day in Florida was spent in beautiful, historic, St. Augustine’s. A definite tourist attraction filled with lovely homes and lots of taverns, restaurants and shops. There are a couple cool looking sailing vessels there too. We had another fantastic meal in a restaurant called Harry’s Seafood. If you go, order the She Crab soup, it was the best I’ve ever eaten!
I thoroughly enjoyed spending time with ...
... of the trip, we were able to deal with these obstacles but when we rounded a wicked bend just south of St. Augustine, things went to hell in a handcart quickly. This particular bend is sufficiently notorious that it is mentioned in several navigation books. We had also heard other boaters talk about it with great respect so we thought we were prepared. As if to provide further warning, right as we approached this particular bend, we saw a sailboat that was grounded. Yikes! ...
... out a hand-operated testing you will certainly have to inform yourself with the signs of this virus such as high temperature sores, fever blisters, itching and burning experience, periodic problem and mild health problem. Not everybody get to experience signs when they are affected. People with weak immune system show indications of this infection than people whose physical body protection system are sturdy. ...
... while we were driving. There were surprisingly pretty pink and yellow flowers by the side of the road. Unfortunately, when I took out my camera to take a picture of them, I found that it apparently hadn't been charged. (I swear, I plugged it in, but that camera has always been a bit fussy about how it's plugged in.) I ended up having to take the photos with my phone, but they still turned out okay.
When we finally arrived at the Jacksonville train station, ...
... There are 2 private air strips and today the Candler Family's (Coca Cola owner) private plane was in the hangar.
The island is rustic and filled with huge elms and spanish moss. We saw wild horses, a wild pig, an armadillo, and an alligator.
We also saw the church where JFK Jr. was married. This was a very small wooden church that was built by the slaves after ...
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