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... registration for their motorhome. They had been using a "temporary tag" and
were unable to put on their number plates until the registration had arrived.
As it turned
out, Al would be driving to Inverness Florida to pick up his sister Mary, who
was going to be moving to El Paso.
This worked out well, we were still in Malabar and it was only around a
two hour drive to get back over to the west side ...
... tour around St. Augustine before we were on our on.
Our first stop was where Ponce de Leon came ashore to Landmark with a cross and record for all times the discovery of America. The cemetery with the stations of the cross is beautiful. To see the cross between the trees is breathing. I could write about it all day but it is something you need to see to capture the beauty of it all.
After touring the town and seeing beautiful homes ...
... and another tooth put in. It just so happened that there was a blind man in the group and he said he could tell which tooth it is. And so he approached the Jaguar and felt around each tooth and he was able to tell them that it was the right time tooth.
... I wish I could do more. I will be back in two short years, please know you are loved. It's late, blogging is tiring! I can't sign off until I let you all know that Ran fed me today and sent me back to the hotel to nap when I got cranky. He is taking great care of me, tells me he loves me several times a day and steals a kiss from me when no one is looking. He's a pretty cool guy..... "I think I'll keep you." Huckaba Out, ...
... stark contrast to the stress of the first couple of days of this week. On Monday I returned, in the pouring rain, to the Guardroom at the main gate to sort out my security clearance. In an annoying twist of fate, I spent over an hour there banned from going back on base, as no one had heard about me in the security office. After telling me I wasn't allowed on base, the woman was ready to see the next person in line and seemed genuinely confused by my question of ...