Friday, October 21, 2005

Twiddlin' our Thumbs

We are doing something different every day. Today we visited the St. Augustine Lighthouse and museum. It was awesome. We also went to a shrine and went back downtown to old St. Augustine and went through the part of the old city where the oldest houses are. There are a few shops there, but mostly just old house and very narrow streets.

When we got back to the campground, we noticed a "no vacancy" sign up. They have 115 sites and are full. A lot of refugees. . . er, evacuees here from the southern parts of Florida. I guess traffic on I-95 was pretty rough. There was a bad accident near here today, but we are safe here. We did noticed increased traffic on our road when we were coming back from sightseeing.

Tomorrow we may go out and do something again, weather permitting. Tonight it started to rain a little, but very lightly. It was lightning out, so Bailey wouldn't go out.

We are enjoying visiting with other campers. We all feel comfortable here just 50 miles south of the Georgia border, but will be keeping a watchful eye on the storm. That was made just a little more difficult when a new camper is now occupying the site next door and chose to pull up enough to block our satellite dish. That means Terry will have to reset it tomorrow if he wants all his stations. I'm betting he will move it as he cannot go long without his tv. I do want the weather channel back.

Till next time. . .


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