I cleaned out my office two weeks ago and was told over spring break, my office would be painted, new carpet and my new stand up desk would be installed… I will say, the desk looked bigger in the catalog.
Sad day – sent Steph back to NY!
Got home to package for Sam, A balloon, that said “pop me” inside the confetti filled balloon was a note – “will you be my maid of honor” – what a cool way to ask!
Campground #2 – Aiken State Park – very quiet, secluded, and after dropping the girls off, Deb and I camped alone for the first time in 25 years. (the tent was set up to dry after the last nights in Florida were rainy)
Last beach visit on the way out of town.
Sunset driving to my mom and sister’s in Aiken.
Today we avoided the waves and enjoyed the day on the “sound side” – low tide was great for walking the sand bars.
We had to drive to Ormond Beach for miniature golf. (Loved that Flagler Beach didn’t have one!)
A Gecko at the campground likes the dog’s toy.
I really liked Flagler Beach. It is “old” Florida, great beach, relaxed vibe, ice cream stands and a dog park.
More history today. A visit to Fort Matanzas, built by the Spanish in 1742 to guard Matanzas Inlet and the rear entrance to the city of St. Augustine.
7 soldiers manned the fort for a month at a time, and according to the guide, was never fired on, several times, it fired a warning shot and that was enough to turn around the threat.
Moon rise at Flagler Beach.
This year the lighthouse in St
. Augustine was open, so we had to climb it.
After a seafood dinner, a great sunset at our campsite.
We picked up Steph from the JAX airport, and first stop, bridal dress shopping (Kodak and I took a nap in the parking lot)
Then the beach.