La Quinta Inn Jacksonville Baymeadows
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... set off on our adventure to the marina to catch our cruise boat. The weather called for rain, but the skies were clear and sunny. We were able to pick the bottom level or the top, so we went with the top. The view from the harbor and around the island were just amazing. we had such a fantastic time. Even though we didn't see dolphins the ride was breathtaking.
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... in the building, a kitchen, and bedrooms on the second level. The only thing that separated them from the jail house was a normal door and the Sheriff who was 6' 7" and pushing 400 pounds.
We were lead through the whole place as if we were inmates on a normal day. Women back then were the primary cooks, sucks for me. But they ate the same thing everyday, oh and lunch and dinner were the same items. The men went out to the fields to do ...
Our first adventure in the little trailer. Spiders were abundant !
Beautiful beach, No dogs allowed :( although they did get to play in the water a bit !
Downtown St. Augustine is as always wonderful and dog friendly.
Learned a ton from the first trip. 1. Use tarps 2. Broom 3. Travel a ...
... your boss and her husband, who own a sailboat
As my friend Diana has wisely said, it’s a far better idea to know people who own a sailboat than to own one yourself. That way you get all the benefits of going sailing without having to worry about owning (and maintaining) a boat! As a general rule, however, sailing tends to be more effective when there’s some wind. The morning we chose to go sailing it was so still, the water was like a mirror. ...
... For all of our growing up years, Berrie was the one who left her family at home alone for long hours each day, so she could be with us, and thus mom was able to do all the volunteering, working full-time, and be the super-mom she tried to be. We cannot mourn for mom, without mourning for our other mother, Berrie, who we miss each and every day.
We all know that it was Lynn who organized and cared for Mom’s every need during her final years. Lynn, as these last ...