The Lodge and Club at Ponte Vedra Beach
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... now, having gone through all that. I like to think my girls are better off too.
Another recurring thought I had in Cocoa, because of my experiences there, was how remarkably resilient older women are. We spent a lot of time with cousins Maureen,Nora and Joan the liveliest octogenarians I have ever met. These ladies make some of our younger friends seem old. Maureen, the oldest - closer to 90 than 80 scurried around all day helping other ...
... mixed with shells used to build the very thick walls, and watched soldiers dressed in period uniforms load, prime and fire ancient muskets over the bay. We walked through the Castillo, viewed the barracks and jail, and learned about the hundreds of native Americans held here during the American Indian wars. It really was a fascinating look at centuries of people who carved a new country that eventually became our ...
... I feel good about the amount of time I'll be bussing after that ride. Back at Maxi's house, he gave me a brief tour and we caught up a bit before hitting the sack. He has a beautiful home and I told him I probably shouldn't have made this the first stop because roughing it through Bolivia and Peru sounds a lot less intriguing after arriving here! Maxi is the same as he ever was although with a bit less hair. His wife Luli is ...
... room lasting till well into the morning. Visits from the kids, grand kids, steff, aunt debbie, Mitch brandi, beth, brittany, mcdaniel, gwynn and the kids and lil allen were enjoyed. A few boat rides with bobby and Michelle added to the summer.
Had a afternoon storm with a wind gust measured by the ship yard at 95 mph did some damage, i was lucky no ...
... this is good luck and it was not a bad thing to have with us this night. As darkness crept up on us the swells grew larger to 3-4 feet. The kids and I fell asleep fairly quickly and David took to the helm for his shift of the night watch. I woke up around midnight and relieved David for a few minutes. As I was at the helm I could see in the distant on our port side a fantastic lighting storm. Flashes of yellow and ...