We had our first chimichanga at the Beachcomber in ST Augustine Beach. Wow was it good and big. Linda and I split one. It's their Tuesday special. We will be back next week. After leaving the restaurant our "low tire pressure warning light" came on. It said our right front tire pressure was down to 19 psi. We kept an eye on it till we got back to our RV. Checked the tire and it was ok. Checked the other tires and saw a screw sticking out of our right back tire sidewall. It was at 19psi. So I filled it to 30psi and headed to the GM dealer since the display gave the warning for the wrong location. Well I knew a hole in the sidewall meant a new tire,ok, but what about the wrong read out on the dash. Well "did you have the tires rotated"?, yes I did. The sensor is in the tire valve. Dummy, I should have know this. So while getting a new tire, oil change, etc, they reprogrammed the tire sensors.
The next day we went to the Lightner Museum. What a fantastic museum. For more info see their web site www.lightnermuseum.org It is a museum that highlights many items from the splendor of the gilded age. We did get in on the musical demonstration of many of the old musical self play instruments. Super is all we can say. We did try to have lunch at the Cafe Alcazar, but they were closing in about 5 minutes after we go there. We may try another day, just to say we ate at the famous hotel Alcazar. The cafe is located in what was the largest indoor swimming pool of its time. see www.thecafealcazar.com We looked it up on www.urbanspoon.com and it has an 88% approval rating.
Friday night a group of us volunteers went to the San Sebastian winery. On Friday and Saturday nights they have entertainment "up on the roof". The roof is the outside third floor on the roof. They had a great band playing, and of course serve their wine by the glass or bottle. We all had a good time.
Saturday we went to see "The Grande Illumination Parade". It was a march by reenactors in customs of the British troop and peasants etc. through the streets of St Augustine. Fife and drums and bagpipes(1). see more at www.britishnightwatch.org It was really nice to see. Then we have a late night dinner/snack at the White Lion. Good food at a reasonable price.
See Bob and Linda's holiday dance. Click on it and let it play out. It starts like a add for office Max, but let it play. see here http://elfyourself.jibjab.com/view/HuHk730F3VAr0M2uPBKf
Remember this season it is better to give then receive, that's why I'm giving Linda a new fishing rod and reel.