InTown Suites Jacksonville South
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... I feel good about the amount of time I'll be bussing after that ride. Back at Maxi's house, he gave me a brief tour and we caught up a bit before hitting the sack. He has a beautiful home and I told him I probably shouldn't have made this the first stop because roughing it through Bolivia and Peru sounds a lot less intriguing after arriving here! Maxi is the same as he ever was although with a bit less hair. His wife Luli is ...
... it was a 10 year old battery so the fact that it lasted this long, especially with the way we use it, is pretty impressive. Without the battery, we had no radio, fridge or sink power so we had to stay at a campsite for the evening. We found a nice family run place in Yulee and stayed there for the night. Florida gave us the weather we have been waiting for and we spent that whole evening in shorts and slept with our windows open. It was so refreshing to finally be warm and ...
... Last weekend there Cajun cooked up some fried gator tail, gator ribs and gator jambalaya. MMMM MMMM GOOD!!! Once again everybody made dishes and we turned it into a party.
Some of the pictures attached were from cindy and eds dock (most of the fishing ones) which we are thankful to for letting us fish off of. Theres a lot of mixed pics hope you enjoy them.
... how beautiful the moment was.
Every inch of my going away party had loving and thoughtful work put into it. Each guest contributed in their own way to the wonderful evening. Wanda, the facilitator, friend, and musical entertainment is the heart of all of our connections. Wanda sings at Ronnie's Wings in Orange Park every Thursday night and all of the "regulars" (some going back twenty years) became friends. Wanda has a way of drawing people in and making ...
... because I'm military so I was quite happy from the start! I had a look around the grounds and then climbed the 296 stairs to the top, where there were some really nice views across the Atlantic to the east and of St Augustine to the west. After my bit of culture for the day I headed to the beach on the island (where I got more military discount for parking- it's great being military over here!!). I got a sandwich from a little beach side cafe, which somehow ...