Saw this on my journey.
Thought of you two.
HAD to eat here. :)
I'm sad that Stephen Colbert never had a chance to put one on his shelf on The Daily Show.
you bern reading about Russian Aircraft buzzing our air space. Picked up in
Scotland but not intercepted until Southern England. Thats scary. What you
been upto lately. Enjoy your posts.
I visited the fort, which was interesting, but not terribly so, since it was mostly active around the Spanish American war in 1898 - though the site was initially scouted by Robert E. Lee (yes, THAT Robert E. Lee) in 1849. I found it to be quite modern by "St. Augustine" standards. It had a "dynamo room" where they generated electricity, and the crew of the gigantic 12" mortars were given firing orders by telephone...
I guess that's what 200 years of progress gets ya. =)
After that, I went to North Beach, which has won several awards for being America's Most Beautiful Beach. I can see why. The sand there is...slightly coarser than talcum powder, and it's so smooth it feels silky in your fingers.
And I made a friend!
Look for a video coming up early next week at http://www.YarrVee.com
Create 5 new empty circles. called:
Now that you have everyone in Everyone...
The side effect of organizing this way is that the level of consistent interaction I have with people has gone WAY WAY up. because I'm interacting more frequently with people who interact with me more frequently. There isn't really a case where someone who is +1ing my posts regularly is getting lost in the shuffle - it just takes one +1 to get dropped into the +1 Circle - and then when I read the +1 Circle, I'm likely to +1 your post, because I KNOW you've already done the same with me... Same with sharing, and commenting...
And of course, it makes figuring out who your 'regulars' are dead simple.
* Periodically remove everyone from the Everyone circle and leave only the people in special interest circles and the 'interaction' circles. If you've had me circled for a while, but haven't found a single thing I post to be worth a +1, and you haven't posted content interesting enough for me to drop you into a specialty circle (Gaming, Science, Ukulele, Motorcycles, etc.) where I think you belong, then you're outta here, bub.
And I'm never at a loss for people to hang out with. =)
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