Sunday, December 03, 2006

Sixmile Creek

I only took one picture at Sixmile Creek today (well, the picture's really of a part of Palmo Cove on the St. Johns River) because of the bad lighting conditions, but I thought I would post it tonight while Blogger was actually letting my post pictures. I have a story about this coming soon, but right now I need to finish up my studying and go to bed.

9 comments:

Floridacracker said...

There used to be a fish camp right at the bridge on 6 mile. We would put our boats in there to go shrimping.

Hope the PreCal test went okay.

Hurricane Teen said...

That old fish camp is still there, but it is now a restaurant called Joe's Crab Shack. The old building is still being used, but there's a bunch of tents and a HUGE new dock there to accomodate all the new patrons. Keep in mind that the World *choke* Golf *gag* Village now connects to SR13 just north of there, so they get a lot of people coming from there. The PreCalc test went great!

Anonymous said...

I like the blogs man...i'm also of the Minorcan heritage, a descendant of the Arnau family. Im thinkin about using the flag on your blog for a tattoo, the flag with minorcan pride on it is sweet man. keep up the blog

Hurricane Teen said...

anonymous - thanks a lot for the kind words! It's good to find yet another Minorcan on the internet. Good luck with the tattoo and keep on keepin' on.

Anonymous said...

*tear* Still no posts about your oldest brother or his beautiful wife. *tear*

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous picture! Can't wait to get over that way again. Is Joe's Crab Shack worth a stop?

Hurricane Teen said...

anonymous - I'm being lazy. I have lots of posts to make :-D

sophiemae - I don't know, I have never been there. We have decided to stop by the next time we go down there. It doesn't really look like anything special.

Anonymous said...

I used to live at six mile creek many many years ago. When I lived there the fish camp was over the water. A lot of memories from that time. My mother and father ran the fishcamp at that time. Back in the early 70s.

Anonymous said...

The fish camp use to be over the water in the early 70s. There were boat rentals and it also had a deck all the way around the building. Used to be fish frys on Friday/Saturday nights and bands. I remember being young and jumping off six mile bridge. The good ole days. :-)