St. Augustine Follow-Up

Hi guys,

Since I ran out of photo space on the blog when I was trying to post about Chris’s birthday trip to St. Augustine, I feel like I somewhat short-changed the update. I wanted to just add a couple more photos here from our time spent in Florida a few weekends ago, and to give another big shout-out to Mike’s Yacht of Fun, which we did the Saturday we were there. That whole experience on the yacht really helped make our trip …

^^ You don’t have to be 12 to enjoy a good handstand on the beach.

^^ Bros.

^^ Mike’s yacht of fun. Seriously. Lots of fun.

^^ Manatee! I mean honestly, look how close we were!

^^ Pulling up to the Conch House for lunch.

^^ LOVE the Conch House. It’s right on the water.The food is tasty and on Sundays they have live jazz music and a great bar.

^^ Lunchtime views.

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^^ Moustaches were put  up all around the city to match the "Gentlemen of the Road'" theme.

^^ Moustaches were put up all around the city to match the “Gentlemen of the Road’” theme.

^^ And another.

^^ And another.

^^ And another. (If you look reallllyyy hard you can see it!)

^^ And another. (If you look reallllyyy hard you can see it!)

^^ One more.

^^ One more.

^^Last one. Sorry -- I love a good moustache.

^^Last one. Sorry — I love a good moustache.

^^ John Fogerty of CCR stepped in when Fun. backed out last minute. He was really, truly great.

^^ John Fogerty of CCR stepped in when Fun. backed out last minute. He was really, truly great.

^^ The grounds.

^^ The grounds.

^^ Stage view.

^^ Stage view.

^^ Hey Mumford. How's it shakin'?

^^ Hey Mumford. How’s it shakin’?

^^ A little lightening in the background made things pretty scenic.

^^ A little lightening in the background made things pretty scenic.

^^ After the concert we met up with Jon and Rachel and our newfound friends -- Mike of Mike's Yaht of Fun's son and his girlfriend. He proceeded to buy us shots of Absinthe, which was fun to watch the bartender make, but kind of gross to drink. Tastes like black licorice. Ick.

^^ After the concert we met up with Jon and Rachel and our newfound friends — Mike’s (of Mike’s Yacht of Fun) son and his girlfriend. He proceeded to buy us shots of Absinthe, which was fun to watch the bartender make, but kind of gross to drink. Tastes like black licorice. Ick.

Okay friends, now I’m done with my St. Augustine updates. Thank you for bearing with me.

Have a great weekend! Bis bald!

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