Friday, January 3, 2014

Amazing Trip to St. Augustine, FL

 The Castillo de San Marcos is the oldest masonry fort in the continental US. Located on the shore of Matanzas Bay in the city of St. Augustine, Fl., construction began in 1672 and lasted twenty-three years, with completion in 1695.
 The garrita  and belltower at the fort~Before around for war-now around for lovers
Ft. San Marcos-looks so peaceful from this view.
St Augustine City Gate
 The Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse is located in St. Augustine, near the city gate. It is touted as being the oldest wooden school building in the US.
Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine. From the English period.
Flagler College Rotunda Dome. Originally built as a high end hotel the Ponce de Leon
Flagler College Portal
Flagler College. The architect was Henry Flagler
The Bridge of Lions. The drawbridge is opening in the photo.
My artwork at the Old Town Art Festival
A Little owl lover
Favorite picture for the girl
Out walking the goat!
Local art lover and part time pirate.
My new Gallery in St. Augustine
 Replicas of the Medici lions of Florence, Italy at the approach to the Bridge of Lions  donated by Andrew Anderson 
Good Food, Good Life!
Located in historic St. Augustine, you can overlook the scenic Mantanza Bay.
Aunt Kate's-one of my favorite restaurants in St. Augustine. Low-country boil.
 The St. Augustine Light is an active lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida. The current lighthouse stands at the north end of Anastasia Island and was built in 1874;
Amazing sunset on Jekyll Island on our way back home. 

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