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You may ask why this is titled Last Vacation. Because this is our last vacation since I am retiring at the end of the year,,,,any more trips will be journeys not vacations. I hope our beginning is not an indication of how our trip will go. We didn't make it out if our road when the low level buzzer went off. This is a buzzer you can't ignore without it driving you crazy!! We pulled over on the causeway and put fluid in the jack reservoir ...
It's been a year of planning and BAM here it is the 23rd of July 2013. Almost a year ago this trip was conceived and now it's time to hit the starter and hit the road. My bags are packed, the bike looks beautiful and runs even better. Every detail is in place ...now it's just time to ride.
Amelia Island Florida is where I live and it's beautiful. I strongly encourage you to visit there sometime! The beaches, resorts and food are great and I am blessed to live there. On this ...
... for spanish moss (clothing, mattresses, packing wounds, etc) so we wandered off and sat with the wild horses for a while (photos). There were horses everywhere. The Dungenous grounds were the main tourist attraction at the island. The plantation house was built before the Civil War by the Carnegie family and houses anywhere between 200 and 500 people before it was burnt down by poachers in the 1950's (photos).
... the base is called James Madison. We paid homage to the “Jolly Dolly” as she was affectionately called by the crew, by visiting an outdoor display of submarine-launched ballistic missiles the Navy has employed.
We have moved on to Brunswick, GA and spent several days on the Troup River at Hidden Harbor Yacht Club. We took the opportunity to get some boat detailing done there, while tucked away in a quiet spot off of the ICW. A ...
... I had a hamburger and Zoe had some fish nuggets.
After lunch we had to travel on a dirt road. There were huge trees and lots of palm trees on the side of the road with the huge trees leaning over the road covered in vines which felt like we were driving through a rainforest.
When we arrived at the front gate we saw lots and lots of small white building.Which we later found out were the remains of the slave quarters. The slaves homes and the barn were built ...
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