Family Visits Us in Mulberry

We were visited by our nephew CJ and his lovely  wife Sarah.  They live in the Tampa area and came over to visit us at Camp Mulberry.  We have always said that Sarah is the best this that ever happened to CJ (and he agrees).  They are a lovely couple as you can see.

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They lived in a RV for a while when they first moved to Florida and understand the concept.  We had a great time talking then we went to  a great N’Oleans lunch at    Harry’s Seafood, Bar & Grill in Lakeland, FL.

After the lunch we all decided to stop at the Phosphate Museum in Mulberry, FL.

Here are some pictures I missed from yesterday.

CJ digging for shark's teeth with the rest of the kids!  He found some.

CJ digging for shark’s teeth with the rest of the kids! He found some.

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The above are all fossils found while mining for phosphate is this area.

The above are all fossils found while mining for phosphate is this area.

 

This is the biggest thing they found, a old locomotive!

This is the biggest thing they found, a old locomotive!

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In the afternoon we played some chicken foot dominoes.

In the afternoon we played some chicken foot dominoes.

Tomorrow we drive to Clearwater for church with friends, then hookup the fifthwheel and head north.

 “For the word of God is alive and active.  Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart.” Hebrews 4:12 

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