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Travel Blogs from Port Saint Joe
We drove all along the southern coast of Florida on our way to the Island- it was a very pretty drive. The Island was about 4 miles off the coast of Apalachicola. The bridge was huge and it was very cool to drive out into the ocean.
We arrived around 4pm to the campground and set up the tent and stove. Case made a really good dinner of rice, beans and tuna out of the hundred ...
I find this very small island to be a hidden gem in the panhandle of Florida. It is a great place to relax and not be in a touristy beach town with highly populated beaches. Not much to do for young adults(me being 19) but great town to spend quality time with your family. The ...
... State Park although this had been part of our original plan.
Drove around the island and at one point I happened to glance in the wing mirror and saw my floppy straw hat about to go out the rear window. Terry had opened all the windows to let the sea breezes in. Luckily I saw it just in time to grab it.
We played on the beach for a while, the white sands here are gorgeous and the gulf waters are really warm, Beautiful sunset stroll on the ...
... along the beach to the lighthouse, which wasn't quite as cool as we had hoped. When we returned, we made supper and went down to the beach for a bonfire. We made smores and marveled at the moon which ranged from red, to orange, to white as we watched. Today was another incredible day! I'm too tired to add pictures, they'll come ...
... To honor the life we take in order to live.
I hope the following account shows how we let a more knowledgeable fisherman guide us through the entire experience and yet spare you some of the gruesome details- but not all, highlighting the fun and lightheartedness that we brought to the ritual of catching, killing, cleaning, cutting and finally eating our catch.
We often stop ...
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