everyone act natural -- or just stare at the guy with the camera -- Jeez!
at least one person brought the face paint
Butch getting fired up before the game
oh, there are few ND weenies down there
great place for a portable toilet, if you don't want anyone to use it
at last, the beer has arrived !
but it's leaving. notice Homer got his mug in the bottom corner of this photo
a lot of red out there! and this is the ND side of the stadium
Jacksonville skyline. complete with construction equipment for the new coliseum
some things seemed a little low-budget for a new year's day bowl game
lots of red on the east side of Alltel stadium
the south endzone
the north endzone
again, a few minutes later
lets get this game started
oooh, halftime show
looks like the entire city of Raleigh drove down for this one
3rd quarter and we have early departures
post game celebration
as Notre Dame departs
leaving the stadium
at The Landing for the celebration
where a lot of things were actually closed. Even some of the bars. Interesting...
a cannon protecting us from the French, in St Augustine
on a mission in St Augustine
that's The Cathedral of St Augustine in the background, and a pretty Nissan pickup in the front
see, told ya
outside the cathedral
there were some great stained glass windows and beautiful woodwork inside but I pretended to have some manners by not taking photos inside while people were praying
St George St - the one on the right has the city gates in the background
more shots of the city gates - at one time the only way in or out of the city
the oldest wood school house
St Augustine has the oldest everything. you could spend a week just visiting everything historical that is named the Oldest [whatever].
the Allen clan headed toward the Castillo de San Marcos.
another shot of Castillo de San Marcos. A very cool fort
just an old home converted into a B&B now. really nice look though
lots of old cemeteries here too.
all of the ones we saw stayed locked though. they must have some problems with vandals
another nice old home. again now a B&B. I guess if you spend a million bucks+ on a house you have to find a way to make the mortgage payments
the Methodist church that Henry Flagler built, though he was not Methodist
2 more of the church
a couple of shots of Flagler College. Once Flagler's Ponce de Leon Hotel
a few more
one more. I like this photo. very nice architecture
the Lightner Museum. A collection of collections
Glenda relaxing in the courtyard
more random shots of architecture
another Flagler hotel. this one is Casa Monica.
I'm sure we could have stayed there but we wanted to stay in the Best Western. it's a much nicer hotel
The Huguenot Cemetery. Once again locked
this is from outside the old city gates looking down St George St
St George at 9am. people don't get up too early in this town
another private residence that I liked the looks of. this one is off King St
ah, if only I had a couple of million $ lying around
this trip took its toll on everyone