|This is the only sub picture I was able to take,|
it is unclassified... actually it's made of concrete!
Not giving up the ship of adventure, we decided to explore St Marys in greater detail. At the St Marys Visitor Center, we learned a little more of its history. The Civil War played a nearly unknown part in St Marys. The Union Forces took Fernandina Beach, Florida which is just across the St Marys River. The Union Forces had not planned on attacking St Marys, but someone from St Marys side of the river shot and killed a Union Captain. All hell broke loose, the Union Army destroyed and or took everything that was not nailed down in St Marys. All of this happened five days after the Civil War ended, but neither side knew!
It was a good day for walking and a visit to the cemetery was a good choice. The large “Live Oak Trees” lined the side street to the cemetery.
|The camper is dwarf by the giant Live Oak trees!|
That is what we did and saw