Sea To Sea In 2015

Gull with feet in the Pacific by Lee

Gull with feet in the Pacific by Lee

The sea is His, for He made it; And His hands formed the dry land. (Psalms 95:5 NKJV)

Sea Gull with feet in Atlantic at Hanna Park by Lee

Sea Gull with feet in Atlantic at Hanna Park by Lee

“Or who enclosed the sea with doors When, bursting forth, it went out from the womb; When I made a cloud its garment And thick darkness its swaddling band, And I placed boundaries on it And set a bolt and doors, And I said, ‘Thus far you shall come, but no farther; And here shall your proud waves stop’? (Job 38:8-11 NASB)

In May of 2015 we left Winter Haven, Florida and headed to San Diego, California for a five-week vacation. On the way home, we decide to go to Jacksonville, Florida to end the trip and then back home to Winter Haven. From the time we pulled out of the driveway and back again, our faithful vehicle took us 6,161 miles.

What a beautiful country we live in and the wonders of the Lord’s Creation to behold. Plus, He provided lots of birds for us to discover. Praise the Lord for a safe trip and many sights to enjoy. Come along and enjoy the sights and a few sounds from the trip. With over 8,000 photos, plus Dan’s, there are stories to tell.

Below are the articles listed as they were produced:

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Date From Loc To Loc Main Site Seen
05/03/15 S Winter Haven FL Motel – Tallahassee FL
05/04/15 M Tallahassee FL Motel – Baton Rouge LA Miss Welcome Ctr
05/05/15 T Baton Rouge LA Debi – Houston TX Battleship Texas
05/06/15 W Houston TX Debi – Houston TX Houston Zoo
05/07/15 T Houston TX Motel – Sonora TX
05/08/15 F Sonora TX Motel – El Paso TX Ft Stockton – Fort and Roadrunner
05/09/15 S El Paso TX Davis-Monthan AFB – Tucson AZ Tombstone – Shootout at OK Corral
05/10/15 S Tucson AZ Davis-Monthan AFB – Tucson AZ Baptist Church
05/11/15 M Tucson AZ Davis-Monthan AFB – Tucson AZ Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
05/12/15 T Tucson AZ El Centro CA Naval Air F
05/13/15 W El Centro CA San Diego Naval Sta – CA San Diego Zoo
05/14/15 T San Diego CA San Diego Naval Sta – CA San Diego Zoo
05/15/15 F San Diego CA San Diego Naval Sta – CA Birdwatching
05/16/15 S San Diego CA San Diego Naval Sta – CA USS Midway
05/17/15 S San Diego CA San Diego Naval Sta – CA Shadow Mt Com Church-Dr David Jeremiah
05/18/15 M San Diego CA Motel – Phoenix AZ Living Desert Zoo CA
05/19/15 T Phoenix AZ Motel – Holbrook AZ Sodona AZ
05/20/15 W Holbrook AZ Kirtland AFB – Albuquerque NM
05/21/15 T Albuquerque NM Kirtland AFB – Albuquerque NM Resting – Not well
05/22/15 F Albuquerque NM Motel – Sonora TX
05/23/15 S Sonora TX Kelly Inn – San Antonio TX
05/24/15 S San Antonio TX Kelly Inn – San Antonio TX Storms and Flooding in Area
05/25/15 M San Antonio TX Kelly Inn – San Antonio TX Alamo etc
05/26/15 T San Antonio TX Kelly Inn – San Antonio TX San Antonio Zoo
05/27/15 W San Antonio TX Motel – Lafayette LA
05/28/15 T Lafayette LA Pensacola NAS- Pensacola FL USS Alabama
05/29/15 F Pensacola FL Pensacola NAS- Pensacola FL Naval Aviation Museum
05/30/15 S Pensacola FL Pensacola NAS- Pensacola FL
05/31/15 S Pensacola FL Pensacola NAS- Pensacola FL Faith Baptist Church Pensacola
06/01/15 M Pensacola FL Mayport Naval B – Jacksonville FL
06/02/15 T Jacksonville FL Mayport Naval B – Jacksonville FL Jacksonville Zoo
06/03/15 W Jacksonville FL Mayport Naval B – Jacksonville FL Birdwatching
06/04/15 T Jacksonville FL Home – Winter Haven FL Yeah!

5 thoughts on “Sea To Sea In 2015

  1. Wow, this is neat. And if I didn’t know better, I’d think you had just picked up that little gull and carried him with you from one ocean to the other. It’s interesting that although so many things are very, very different as we travel from one part of the country to the other, there are still some things that remain the same — such as similar looking gulls enjoying the ocean in the same way. Even though they live over 6,000 miles away from each other, they are indeed very much the same. It makes me hopeful that we human beings can still find some very common threads that bond us together as being very much the same deep down — even though we live totally different lives.

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