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Illinois Antique Store

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Florida

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I thought it would be fun to check out the Jacksonville Jaguars practice during their training camp. However when we were in Jacksonville, the team was on their lunch break. ┬áTheir practice field had fences that were covered with a black tarp, so you couldn’t see in. ┬áThis was taken at the bottom of the fence where the black tarp didn’t cover.

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St. Augustine, FL has a old fort called Fort Mantanzas. It is a spanish fort that dates back to 1740. It is located on the shores of the Mantazas River (or the Intracoastal Waterway) which connects to the Atlantic Ocean. This is the view from the top of it.

Tennessee

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The Loveless Cafe used to be a motel and cafe, but has since turned into just the cafe and some shops. It is located near Nashville, TN and is known for it’s southern homestyle cooking and probably the most delicious biscuits you’ve ever eaten (if you’re a northern person like me who has never made homemade biscuits).

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Nickajack Lake, near Chatanooga, TN is formed from the Nickajack Dam which dams the Tennessee River. Wild Flowers grow at the side of Rt 41, by a swimming and camping area.

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Rt 41 bridge over Nickajack Lake

Sorry for the Delay…

I have a bunch of photos from summer through September that I haven’t gotten around to do anything with. But I am about to upload them to the blog. So stay tuned!

Cleveland- USS Cod

Another thing I went to see in Cleveland was the USS Cod memorial. This submarine was used in combat in World War II.

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Cleveland- Lake View Cemetery

In June, my mom, brother and I went to Cleveland, OH to see the Brewers vs. Indians series. While there, one of the the places we visited was Lake View Cemetery. You might be thinking, “Why on earth would you visit a cemetery?” However, this particular cemetery is full of history. It is also the final resting place of President Garfield.

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