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Today We See Celebrity Pig Races
Today we visit an 80-90′s era throwback and stop at South of the Border right at the South Carolina and North Carolina border. This place is beloved by people who used to visit here as kids. The buildings are bright colors and there are giant animals all over the place. You can do just about anything here. You can eat, sleep, camp, get your car washed, shop, buy fireworks or just take a break, walk around and stretch your legs if you are on a road trip.So if you are heading down to Florida from the northeast South of the Border is a great place for families with kids or the young at heart to stop over night or just for an hour or two and get out of the car and have some fun.
Today while in Georgia we visit the infamous Jekyll Island home of the famous meeting of America’s richest men (Robber Barons) as they devised a plan to create the Federal Reserve banking system and destroy the value of our currency. Regardless of the evils that took place on this island decades ago it remains a beautiful place to visit and you can even take a boat cruise for some dolphin sightseeing just off the wharf.
Today We Visit Daytona Beach in Florida and Check Out the Beach
Today We See A Cannon Fired at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument in St. Augustine FloridaFriday, June 7th, 2013
Today while visiting the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument Fort we see a colonial era cannon fired and it was loud but very cool to see.
Today the congregation of the Cathedral of St. Augustine in St. Augustine Florida takes to the streets in celebration of Corpus Cristi. Watch as they march through the streets chanting, doing call and response as they make their way to Motherhouse Sisters of Saint Joseph and then back to the Cathedral.
Today while in St. Augustine, Florida we visit the Tolomato Cemetery. This is an area that is prone to flooding and has been struck by tropical storms and as a result some of the cemeteries in area intern bodies above ground so corpses don’t come floating to the surface if the ground floods or the storm rips the ground apart.
Today we go to the Haitian embassy in Washington DC to check out some of the art on Haitian Flag Day.
Today we get out of traffic and pull over in Malibu and watch the surfers along the California coastline.