I can't imagine how many tons of sand has been reclaimed but it is a lot!
Also while at Mayport, I got a chance to climb on top of the Roadrunner and give it a good wash and rinse. Surprisingly, it was in pretty clean.
I then washed the whole thing and started on applying The Solution to shine it up. I was able to get all of the PS done before I ran out of energy. This is definitely a more-than-one-day job.
Another day after lunch we went over to Mayport to the St. John's River Ferry and took a ride across the St. John's River to do some exploring.
We drove through Huguenot Memorial State Park and out to the beach where there were a surprising number of people there with their cars. Must have been 30+. Reminded me of 'tailgating on the beach'. People drove up on the hard packed sand beach as far as they, propped their chairs and coolers and umbrellas out and soaked up what little sun there was.
I thought this would be another good place to try out my selfie stick again.
Then we ran some errands and went back to the campground for a quiet evening.
We enjoyed our time here at Naval Station Mayport and look forward to returning. This may be the best overall military campground we have seen. We love the way it is managed, we love the sites, the free laundry, the nice staff, the price and there is plenty of new things to do in see in the area.
And little Brooks Carter is growing and enjoying life. He has changed so much since we saw him two weeks ago!
He just ate and about to take a snooze, but he is all dressed up for some golf later on..
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