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I just returned from a little 3 day getaway to St. Augustine, Florida. The weather was absolutely perfect….crsip….cool and sunny. The kind of weather we Floridians live for. I had been through this historic town one time in my life, but never really explored all of the nooks and crannies. Of course we visited all of the typical suspects….The Castillo De San Marcos National Monument….The Lightner Museum….Flagler College….etc. But what really intrigued me the most were the out of the way places. The smaller details that are so often missed by most tourists. One cool morning we decided to make our way in the opposite direction of the hubbub and we found some really beautiful old homes. This vintage door really grabbed my attention.
We also found this cute little harbor….Camachee Harbor near St. Augustine Beach. There were colorful vessels docked and waiting, but there was also this gorgeous line of white boats. The big crystal clear blue sky made the perfect backdrop.
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