My morning was spent sitting on a golf course, in the rain, passing out business cards and coozies. Thankfully I had the foresight to bring a rain jacket, so by the time it concluded I was only half drowned
A light drizzle fell as I slowly made my way through Jacksonville looking for the Maple Street Biscuit Company. The blue dot of the map app periodically blinked
Recently I was in Jacksonville on business. The hotel had a great view of downtown, and after getting settled in I walked to Basil Thai & Sushi for dinner
I made a detour on my way back from Jacksonville to pick up a bike Becky bought from a friend, and soon found myself in Nassau County. Pulling into her daddy’s yard I waited for her Uncle Mike
People around me ordered Jimmy John’s for lunch. I decided to hold out, and on my way home made my way into Jacksonville’s Riverside neighborhood for a sandwich at the Whiteway Delicatessen.
On a dreary afternoon I found myself in downtown Jacksonville on Riverside Avenue looking for a place to eat lunch.
We arrived in Jacksonville in time for the first game of a double header between JU and Rutgers. Mason, Uncle David and I spent a chilly afternoon sitting behind home plate
We were hungry following a morning at Connor’s A-Maize-Ing Acres where we looked at their new aquaculture tank, walked about the farm, and watched the kids chase chickens.
Driving through Orange Park I spotted Gibbs NY Style Subs. The sandwich shop is located at 562 Kingsley Road in a squat brick building.