St. John's Motel
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Last night was a warm night. We haven't had one of those since the summer. It has been getting warmer and more humid everday as we head further south. We got up and cleaned up the bed and ourselves and then headed out to our first spot for exploring in Savannah.
It may seem we have become obsessed with graveyards with all the recent visits, comments and lectures we have attended but really...they are ...
Today was picture perfect moment on the water in St Augustine Florida. Not a lot of tourist to fight in lines and easy to find the boat. As I purchased my tickets at the city Marina we quickly boarded the Captain Jack light house ferry. The boat clean, safe and very comfortable for my mother. They had wine, beer, and sodas onboard. I would definitely visit them again! They have a website called www.floridasaintaigustine.com Ghost boat in st Augustine ...
... Monterey as a city full of history. I had no idea how much history was packed into this one little town of St. Augustine. Connie took some great pictures which she emailed to me but I'm having a problem uploading them to the blog. Guess you will just have to live with my smart phone pictures.
Many Elks lodges serve food (at reasonable prices) on the weekends but this lodge serves one meal per day. Sunday ...
... and in the end the Springs were reopened after they had found a free-driver's body who had gone missing the day before.
So we stayed at Salt Springs. Inflating the rafts, we all tied together and wadded out past the gators in the swimming area over the guide rope to where locals and visitors alike had parked their boats and were gathered socialising in the freshness of the water.
The weather was turning, and the kids were getting fidgety, so back to the camp ...
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119 Highway 17 South, East Palatka | Motelfrom $78