Thursday morning, Malia and I were ready hours before our scheduled time to board the ship, so we decided to do a little more exploring.
We went to Yellow Bluff Fort, which is a historic state park in Jacksonville, Florida. The park is dedicated to the Confederate soldiers that fought and died trying to maintain control of Jacksonville.
The Union forces were able to seize control of Yellow Bluff, which was an encampment and not an actual fort. This allowed the Union Military to access the ports in the area around Yellow Bluff and was an essential part of successfully take control of Florida.