Hibiscus Oceanfront Resort
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... the mouth of the St. Johns River at what is today Jacksonville. This settlement posed a threat to the Spanish fleets that sailed the Gulf Stream beside the east coast of Florida, carrying treasure from Central and South America to Spain. As Don Pedro Menéndez de Avilés was assembling a fleet for an expedition to Florida, the French intrusion upon lands claimed by Spain was discovered. King Philip II instructed Menéndez, Spain's most capable admiral, to remove the French ...
... the road to Daytona.
We stopped for a last look at the ocean and now are on our way home.
We crossed the bridge over the Mantazas River and could see the Yacht Club on one side and St. Augustine College on the other side.
This has been another fun family time. Where to next year??? Time will tell.
Till next ...
... visit with Sister and Bates. The Bates crew is all decked out in their Georgia paraphanelia and went to the beach for some picture taking. When we arrived at the Bates Abode, we got to see Lexie, for the first time on the trip, and I think she was glad to see us. At least her tail was wagging, so that was a good sign. Dee Dee and Mike stopped by as well as Alice, Vicki, Patrick, Nathan and Tricia. We had a full house. Seems some of ...
... and finished packing and prepping the house to leave. While Penny is going with us, the cats are not. With cats and plants fed and watered, we hopped in and headed out. Tally-Ho! The drive was fairly uneventful. We made our first fuel stop about an hour north of the GA state line, then stopped for dinner at the first exit in GA. My cousin Jessica and her family are on their ...
... the Pats. We'll be cheering QB 18 of Denver just to keep Amanda happy, sorry Colm, Judy, Dave and Mary.
Hello out there to all our friends. I wish you were all here - well not here in our one bedroom condo but close. Today has dawned beautifully sunny and warm and the beach is only about 50 feet away so I am about to head down to look at the water. Maybe I will be able to spot a few dolphins.