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... State Park are the WWII defensive positions which are spread throughout the park (and further up and down the coast). There are several concrete observation towers within the park as well as the former Fort Miles coastal artillery battery. During WWII, the observation towers served as the "eyes" of the artillery gunners who ...
This was a fantastic place! This campground was right next to the Indian River Inlet. Next to the campground was the Indian River Bridge. This is one of the most beautiful bridges I have ever seen. Ever day we used to walk to the beach which was just a short walk from our camp site. We explored this area for two weeks. ...
... br> Fort Miles, with its multiple anti-shipping artillery batteries were completed prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the fort saw no action during the war. Multiple observation towers still remain along the coast.
The idea behind the multiple observation towers was not just to watch for enemy vessels, ...
Drove 120 miles in 4 hours including a lunch stop at Annapolis.
The weekend sunshine had disappeared and was replaced by winter. We stopped en route at Annapolis, Maryland, the home of the US Naval academy and some mighty fine seafood. We ate at the Middleton Tavern, an 18th century Georgian ...
... before heading to Springfield, IL.
Springfield has the Lincoln Museum and his home. The museum is well worth the trip. His home is also worth seeing. They preserved the entire block of homes.
The back to St. Louis where we took Melanie to The Magic House. It's a great place for kids to do a lot of hands on exhibits.
We flew back from there. Flying saved about 24 hours in driving. We drive just over 2,500 miles as it was. Great ...