The Seaside Amelia Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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We got to Aunt Karen's house late yesterday afternoon. At this point, FAC officially started for Rachel. The girls got settled in Rachel's room, with a great deal of "help" from Aaron. Karen & Rod planned a Florida outside BBQ dinner for us on their newly refurbished deck, but rain forced us inside. Didn't matter. It's always nice to get together. In the morning we headed to Rebounderz, an ...
... thus far is their roads. Once you turn off the paved highway, you drive a few miles on a country sand road where you pass a beautiful old plantation house that looks like something straight out of “Gone with the Wind.” Next you turn onto a tiny little sand road that leads off into the wilderness for several more miles and twists and winds around through tall trees and fern grottos until you reach the entrance to White Oak. Then you keep twisting ...
... to learn it. So thank you Abba Father. Thank you for continuing to refine me, sharpen me, and mold me for your purposes. I was instantly at peace again once I was home and I know I obeyed God's gentle nudging in coming home. I'm so excited for the trip to New Orleans and I'm excited to see what doors God opens between now and then. Please continue to pray for me and the incredible people I met while in ...
... you more cautious and humble. And, mother ocean demands respect.
It probably needs to be mentioned that the ICW was now basically a marked channel through tidal river systems, meaning we would be far more protected from winds. And for this day's journey, the ICW would follow the Indian River and later the Halifax River, taking us through multiple cities and towns, many of them intimately connected and dependent upon the space industry. It was a thrill to pass through ...
... many cycle paths on the Island. These are in great condition and so I meander through wooded routes and skirt past well prepared golf courses. There are cycle lanes on the main roads too.
At the bottom (South) of the Island are 2 bridges, which cross the Nassau Sound. The old bridge is no longer used by cars, but is a favoured spot for anglers. There's loads of them. So with the old bridge behind me I head ...