I took a bunch of pictures...mostly of rocks. I just got attached to these rocks. They were by the St. Augustine pier.
I know...you're saying, "please for the love of God, enough with the rocks!" They were very cool though.
I was real into patterns this day.
Here's Gerry sort of cold. He is able to take it better than me.
Here's me totally freezing my butt off. Did I mention how much I hate the cold?
A courtyard in St. Augustine.
Here's Gerry all frisky in the cold.
And here's me totally done with it. All I wanted at this point was a warm restaurant and a bowl of soup. Which we did find. An Irish place with the most incredible clam chowder I've ever had. New England clam. It had fresh rosemary in it along with a bayleaf and butter. It was incredible.
We also went to an arts and crafts show. Have to support my fellow handmade folks. Bought a really cool little purse made from recycled fabric for Che and a really neat hummingbird wall hanging for Bridget. The artist who made the hummingbird's name is Bruce Cook. We talked for a while with him and his wife. Real nice people. That's one of my favorite things about camping. We always meet interesting people.