St. Augustine, Florida. November 25, 2013.
first settlers were grown, married, had children and died they were just arriving
up north to America.
you want to watch the sunset or sunrise, shell searching, bird watching, splash
in the ocean waves, get sand between your toes, count the boat lights on the
ocean at night or soak up some sunshine during the day, this place is sure to
please. In a quiet setting tucked away in the palm trees, but yet a short drive
from the many historical and tourist attractions. We didn’t have time for
mini-golf, but enjoyed learning about America’s history here in St. Augustine.
why the homes were built the way they were built and much more!
pitched homes and the flat top home; their advantages and disadvantages.
and fast to build, but needed to be replaced every few years because of rot and termites. The wooden homes were steep pitched so the rain would runoff but heat was a problem for those types of homes. While the flat top homes had big windows with thick walls. Flat top homes lasted longer because they were built sturdier than the wooden homes. However, a flat top roof isn’t suitable for lots of rain. If you want to know my opinion, I’d say a steep pitched roof, thick walls and big windows sounds good for the hot and rainy days of Florida.
early settlers didn’t have in their homes.
(left) and Linda (right) having a great time!
Now that we’re done
checking out the kitchen…
Historical Adventure Tour.
jack hammer machine!
hear a thing! 😉
trying to sell us some more stuff.
fashion plunger style washing machine.
the sign says…
“LIFT THE RECEIVER &
When telephones first came into use, there were no telephone numbers. You had to crank a magneto phone to generate an electric signal to alert the switchboard operator who would connect your call. The operators knew
everyone by name.
Most people shared telephone line with up to twenty people. You could talk only five minutes or so before someone else wanted to make a call. Anyone on the party line could pick up their receiver and listen in to your conversation. The shared lines were called “party lines”.
the bathing suits!
got us hungry! What about you?
thank you! (Michael)
Store was the old jailhouse.
If you check out the one in the middle, the one Danny is in, it looks similar
to what Jeremiah|YirmeYahu was hung up in. This particular one here actually
has a rope on the top loop to hang the cage up in the air.
Augustine Flea Market.
DVDs and eagerly grabbing their free copies.
(left) and Felicia (right) in the front.
Once we initially got set up several flea market shoppers would come to our table and ask “What is this movie about”. Others were regular Bible studiers and church goers. They said they were eager to watch and learn more about end time prophesy and the Father’s Name. HalleluYAH! Several people would come up and converse about Scriptures with
us, ask who we are, what we do and why. We even had a Muslim come and chat for