Gorgeous pictures, Lee!
I remember being in St. Augustine when I was about 7 or 8 years old. We toured the old fort there – Castillo De San Marcos. Just about 50 years ago and I still recall the name of the fort.
What a memory!
And for breakfast today, I had … uh, wait a sec., it’s coming … :)
One of my favorite places. We stop there twice a year, get a beach fix and keep going.
Only time I was in Florida, there was hurricane….LOL But the pictures are great!
Isn’t it cool that cell phone cameras sometime take decent photos. Since functions and settings are sort of limited, I try to catch sunlight, or the lack of, to enhance a shot. It turns out okay, occasionally.
Thanks for the brief trip, Lee,a nice way to begin the day.
Let’s hold a conference there….beautiful city, great views, good food: perfect recipe for juicing the muse! Thanks, Lee, for reminding us what a beautiful country we have. Cheers
Lovely photos, Lee. I loved visiting St. Augustine two years ago.
I live in Florida but don’t get to St. Augustine often enough. When I do, though, that wonderful city does satisfy the history lover in me. In places it even reminds me of another favorite city, Newport, RI – except with more sun! Thanks so much for sharing.
Thanks for the trip to a place I’ve never been. Lovely.
Hey, one of my local chapters IS having a writers conference on the beach there in October :)
That’s an unusual event, Ellen. A conference where you must apply and then be accepted to attend.
Maybe we should try a mini Writers’ Police Academy there. Hmm…
Last Saturday, 3 August, I drove from Orlando to Key West, then after visiting a good deal of Key West on Sunday I drove to Naples which was beautiful. I want to go back and spent at least a month in Key West lol. I had a blast in Orlando with dear friends too.
Florida has some beautiful places to see and so much history and stuff to learn.
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