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... back and that the residue of his stuff that surrounded us belonged to a dead guy. It felt like he was just away for a while, not an eternity. I could not shake the feeling that he was coming back from New York just like before. And he had this beautiful waterfront condo with a view of the sunsets over the Banana River that he would never enjoy again. Sad.
One of the treasures he left behind was a book by Andy Rooney, the guy from the ...
... mixed with shells used to build the very thick walls, and watched soldiers dressed in period uniforms load, prime and fire ancient muskets over the bay. We walked through the Castillo, viewed the barracks and jail, and learned about the hundreds of native Americans held here during the American Indian wars. It really was a fascinating look at centuries of people who carved a new country that eventually became our ...
... times the Spanish kept a firm hold thus protecting their shipping interests!
We took a ranger lead tour to learn more about The Castillo, the oldest masonary fort in the US. Made from coquina, a limestone composed chiefly from shell fragments that forms on the shoreline from the pounding action of the waves. When building the fort the masons cut blocks & built the walls with ...
... high school, who lives nearby in Palm Coast. She and John picked me up one evening and we had dinner at their house. It's as much fun to remember old times as it is to make new memories.
Mar 21 -- On the road again, about 20 miles north on A1A in St. Augustine, I am camped at the Elks Lodge.
Connie and I did the 2-hour Red Train Tour of St. Augustine on Saturday in an open air tram. I always ...
... and stayed up watching AFL on the iPhone.
Dawn broke and not long later so did the girls. Up and into making pancakes for breakfast the girls were in their swimmers and ready for the springs. The original plan was for everyone to get to Silver Springs for a swim. Scott and Jane were taking the kids on the boat and everyone else was driving. As we were the last to leave the campsite, we soon got messages to return to camp as Silver Springs was closed. This ...
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