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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... retired Boeing machinist in his 80's who was just starting his motorcycle ride down to the Keys. We chatted for a while, waiting for the rain, which had restarted, to stop again. He was funny, and when then rain subsided, we were back on our way. This time, we put on our rainsuits just in case. As we passed deeper into Mississippi, the Gulf Shore beaches began to
appear. US-90 in Mississippi follows the Gulf, ...
Woke up feeling better as Jonthan and I were excited about moving on. We sorted out the messing camping gear (this bothered J a lot!) and then went for a short walk on the trail and then swam in Manatee springs. Now I have to read up about the volume of water it spits out every year, but it was 72F I believe and I dived right in - took my breath away as so cold. J couldn't believe that I did ...
... in the career Jordan is in, we don't get to travel much for pleasure or places we want to see necessarily. He did some research of places we could get to fast and still have a ton of fun, which ended with us packing our bags to go to St. Augustine, FL! Here is where the adventure begins!! ...
So we arrived at this very nice house and we were greeted by a strange guy who immediately asked us to take our shoes off at the door. He showed us the kitchen and explained do not take food or drink upstairs so we were like ok. He said if we go to the beach we need to wash our feet on arrival and use the towel he has left outside. So after our marching orders we proceeded to bed. The next day we woke up ...
... thing not paying much attention to the television.
Halfway through the week we discovered we were missing an amazing opportunity of the beautiful evenings on the beach. So then we began to feed the children at 5:30 so that we could all go down to the beach at six. The children were still interested in playing in the waves and in the wading pool and we adults could just sit back and ...