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 St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING

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John A

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St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 12:31 PM (permalink)
We took the Grandchildren to the 114 year old Alligator Farm in St. Augustine.














An Albino Alligator








My wife Linda





Two goofy grandchildren, Lauren and Alex














From there we went into St. Augustine














































































 
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    zussers

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    RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 1:00 PM (permalink)
    Cute Grandkids! Looks like a fun day!
     
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      morningglory

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      RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 1:12 PM (permalink)
      Wonderful pics. I almost feel like I was with you all. Great looking family. Thanks for sharing. Seems like you all had a very nice day.
       
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        myterry2

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        RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 1:25 PM (permalink)
        Excellent pics. Never been at that attraction, but will go after seeing what is there. THANX

        Terry
         
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          Oneiron339

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          RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 4:15 PM (permalink)
          What? you mean the kids didn't want to go to Kilwin's for ice cream or fudge?
           
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            Twinwillow

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            RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 4:45 PM (permalink)
            Very nice. But, "Where's the beef"?
             
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              Doatsie82

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              RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 5:13 PM (permalink)
              Been there, done that, but did you go to O'steens? Doatsie
               
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                CajunKing

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                RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Wed, 09/12/07 5:27 PM (permalink)
                I love Alex at the table with the look of "Come on Grandpa not ANOTHER picture!"

                I liked the pix of the kitchen from the school. Reminds me of ole sturbridge village or some of the old quaker museums.

                 
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                  roossy90

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                  RE: St. Augustine, FL = 56K WARNING Sat, 09/22/07 7:02 PM (permalink)
                  I absolutely LOVE St. Augustine. If I was ever to move back to Florida, it would be there!
                  I have been to the schoolhouse...Got a photo of me in the back garden area.

                  John,
                  Did you happen to go to the old medical unit/hospital??
                  That is a great visit also.. Amazing the things they have there.

                  And also The Fort. I enjoyed the tour there too.
                  I remember going into one of the restaurant/bars in old town, and on one of their tinted/mirrored front windows, they have a little hole with a sign saying "LOOK HERE", and its so funny.
                  WHile you are inside, you see all these people peeking in that little hole, and they can see you looking back at them.. Totally embarrassing for those who do look.
                  We also went into one of the old churches there, they are so beautiful, and lit candles for my dad.
                  I just love that town.
                   
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