Well, I am barely slipping my Cactus Monday post in under the wire as it is now 9:45pm on Monday! We are tucked into our hotel, and I have uploaded my photos from today. Oops...the bear snuck back into the car with us again while we were not looking.
My husband has a "thing" for checking out prisons...especially big state ones, like Florida State Prison at Raiford. Weird, I know, but true...so we saw the buildings surrounded by rolls of razor wire at the top, and then we were on our way again...
McClure's Hill was on Amelia Island, and I thought the marker story was very interesting...if you click on the picture you can read it easier!
a cool looking Prickly Pear next to a fence that had the top rail of it (a chain link fence) covered with sea shells!!! These homes were beach homes on Fernandino Beach. I thought this cactus, which my husband spotted, BTW, was neat looking because it was covered with the white areas where the flowers had fallen off, and now the fruits are developing! They were arranged in a pretty pattern, I thought!
How do you like this house we discovered there that was shaped like a boat??? Pretty cute! It was literally right across the street in a subdivision, from the intracoastal waterway! What a great view from your "boat-house"!!!
I had to take a picture of this staicase up to an art gallery in downtown Fernandina...for all you artists out there!!! Sadly we did not have time to walk up! I would have had time, too, if I would have been by myself ya know!!! Hmph!!!
Happy Cactus Monday to all!!!