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March  2002: Florida

The Hyatt at the Orlando Airport, where we met Dani. We got huge hugs from Ivana and Ben, who were also on the flight headed to perform at Disney with Masconomet High School Band and Singers Groups.

Sea World!!

Dolphins being fed at Sea World

Notice how manatees look like those pizza goldfish!

We've seen a few manatees in the wild. We saw one in Marsh Harbor that we had to identify for the Bahamians, as manatees are a rare occurance there.

Up close and personal

Puffins at Sea World

The girls decided to get their faces painted

Our cousin Susie

Dani and Susie watch as Michelle gets finishing touches




Michelle, Danielle, and Susie

The girls rode "Kracken" over and over, as the lights came on in the park

Dani and Shell settled in for vacation. They stayed this way for 3 days!

Waiting at the bus stop for the beach in Cocoa

Cocoa Beach  in April

Michelle and Danielle try boogie boarding

We got to a marina in New Smyrna just ahead of an intense thunder storm

And were greeted by Amy and Susie. Amy calls Second Sojourn "rustic!"

Michelle and Dani scoop the water out of the dinghy following the storm, and Michelle has a lesson in the physics of suction.

Harmonies on the bow

Dani and Michelle

The ICW in Florida

We stopped at the marina in Daytona

We caught up with Lesley and George from Whiskey Dream again in St. Augustine. Lesley, Michelle, Dani, Dave and George

Downtown St. Augustine

Trinity Episcopal Church, St. Augustine

The intricate architecture of the old city is reflected in the towers of what is now Flagler College

Magnolias are ready to bloom

The gates of the old city of St. Augustine

Carriage rides are available to tour the town

George and Lesley motor Whiskey Dream without mast and arch, ready to be trucked to Ottowa

A surprise visit with Jose!

The "Old Town" of St. Augustine

"Victorian House" Bed and Breakfast, St. Augustine

The walls of the old city are made of "cocquina", which is shells pressed in limestone.

A doorway in te old city


The Gonzalez-Alvarez House, oldest house in St. Augustine, is over 400 years old.

Jasmine covers the trelice at O C Whites

The Basilica-Cathederal in St. Augustine, initially built in 1797

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