The many trees at the St Augustine lighthouse

Every year, the volunteers and emoyees at St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum decorate the grounds beautifully for the holidays. They have a special nautical themed tree that people from all over send in or drop off ornaments to decorate. This year, yours truly made 2 that were on the tree. I tried to find the list of people who donated ornaments so I could take a picture to recognize all of them but it was not by the tree, so we may have overlooked it if it was in another location.

A lot of you know I like the lighthouse a lot. So much so that I have a tattoo of it on my arm. They do such a good job helping to preserve it’s history as well as the history of the area. Their newest is the WWII exhibit. If you’re in the St Augustine area, I would certainly encourage you to visit, especially if you enjoy learning about history. There is also a lab where you can observe how they help uncover and preserve shipwrecks. It’s not all about climbing to the top of the tower, even though that is obviously part of the fun.

Please enjoy the photos we took and a big thank you to the St Augustine Lighthouse for all they are doing to preserve history and help the community.

One of my favorites: at the base of the lighthouse tower
Inside the Tin Pickle, the snack shop
What a neat idea using fishing net as garland
The WWII exhibit
At the lab
The wreath and ornament I made
So many donated ornaments
Another favorite: the Dark of the Moon tree

Thank you to everyone who subscribes to our YouTube channel. Hubs is off trail now until the fall, when he will finish the section of the AT from TN to GA. In the meantime, get ready for lots of fun on our channel and here on our website.

It’s been hard to keep up with the website and editing videos but I have more time to focus on our website and writing about all our fun RV adventures again. Thank you all who are faithful readers! We’re looking forward to bringing you along on our adventures.

Published by southeasternrvliving

We are a couple who live full time in our 2016 Passport Travel Trailer traveling the southeastern US. We blog about our adventures and what it's like living in our RV on a daily basis. We share our "home" with our RV kitty, Samantha "Sam".

3 thoughts on “The many trees at the St Augustine lighthouse

  1. Beautiful, thanks for sharing. We had the covid 29, beginning of Dec, very surprised as we have been so cautious. Doing well, lots of short hikes the first few weeks. Happy New year! Liz & Terry

    On Sun, Jan 3, 2021, 10:06 AM Southeastern RV Living wrote:

    > southeasternrvliving posted: ” Every year, the volunteers and emoyees at > St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum decorate the grounds beautifully for the > holidays. They have a special nautical themed tree that people from all > over send in or drop off ornaments to decorate. This year, yours” >

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