We had an absolutely wonderful Thanksgiving Day. Marilyn and Carolyn Jarvis spent the day getting dinner ready. Carolyn roasted the turkey between our two rigs. Here they have all of the dishes set out so we can start “dipping” (as they say in South Carolina) our plates for all of the fixin’s. Next, we start actually filling our plates. There was definitely more than we could eat at that meal. In addition to the turkey, mashed sweet potatoes, mashed white potatoes, string beans, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, etc., Marilyn made a delicious Pumpkin Cheese Cake Pie.
Friday, we drove up to Marineland. For our admission of $15.50 for two, we got a tour of the current dolphin tanks plus some historical information. Marineland’s focus is educating people about the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. The place is under construction (rebuilding). It does have nice views of the Atlantic Ocean. Since we had had a big BBQ lunch out, we had turkey sandwiches for dinner.
Sunday, after ordering some Rx’s and having our mail sent once more to the campground here in Daytona Beach, we drove to the Canaveral National Sea Shore where we toured the Historic Eldora House. It has been rebuilt as a reminder of a little village that grew in the 1890s and died in the early 1900s. Lunch was at JB’s Fish House with fried oysters, fried grouper sandwiches, and a scallop basket. All were wonderful.
Now it is cocktails and blog, and neither of us is hungry for dinner after that big lunch.
Type at you later.