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... around 2:00 when we crossed into Florida. It felt good to be getting closer to home. It was warm again, and everything was a little greener. We even got to see palm trees again. It was just a great, relaxing afternoon ride. The weather kept threatening a little all afternoon with more brief showers, but by 4:30 we made it to the hotel. First thing there, Jody called her Mom and Dad to let them know we were here. ...
Woke up feeling better as Jonthan and I were excited about moving on. We sorted out the messing camping gear (this bothered J a lot!) and then went for a short walk on the trail and then swam in Manatee springs. Now I have to read up about the volume of water it spits out every year, but it was 72F I believe and I dived right in - took my breath away as so cold. J couldn't believe that I did ...
... in the career Jordan is in, we don't get to travel much for pleasure or places we want to see necessarily. He did some research of places we could get to fast and still have a ton of fun, which ended with us packing our bags to go to St. Augustine, FL! Here is where the adventure begins!! ...
... really busy which was a bit annoying but it was a nice beach! Within about an hour it was thundering and lightening while we were in the sea which was new. Everyone ran from the beach and we followed. We decided to call it a day as it was stormy for a while so we went to a restaurant which was popular for alligator watching. There was a walkway all around it and you could feed them with a pole and a ...
... by the majesty of nature before us.
What's nice about a "beach vacation" is that everyone can pretty much do what they want without needing to get into a car. Tim and Chris had their workouts, daily computer/telephone work time but always interrupted by trips to the beach and paddle board sessions. Grandpa took morning beach walks with a grandchild but managed to frequently disappear ...