Cape San Blas Inn
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Travel Blogs from Port Saint Joe
... butter and lemon, added sweet corn, coleslaw, cheese and a tortilla and BAM. fish tacos.... YUM. More to like about this campground: Big schools of Dolphins come through every afternoon! You can actually sit outside and with the breeze off the water you don't feel like you are melting! And our rv is in a spot that has shade to sit outside from about 12 on... Crab ...
... Pole Pine trees. EVERYWHERE. We certainly enjoyed the drive, we had no choice but to keep going. No where to turn around a 36 ft. RV, pulling a "toad." So......that makes 70 miles the wrong way.
Getting back on the right road "Big Bend Scenic Byways" in the heart of Franklin County's oyster industry. Costal Highway 98 is lined with oyster shucking houses and retail seafood ...
... have driven them all in from the deep water!!
- The rest of the day is uneventful but a beautiful last day on the Ocean Beaches for this trip, from here we head inland!
We are VERY glad we stayed today! J
Very fitting that our last days on the coastal beaches would be at the nicest beach of them all!
... electric scooters and stores selling air brushed t-shirts.
I am spending two nights at the St. Joe’s State Park. It is beautiful and peaceful. The beaches are incredible and just outside the gates is a dog-friendly beach. After a leisurely morning that included my favourite “second sleep” (a nap that happens right ...
Unable to even get a cell phone signal, I'm a little behind in my blog. We were on 2 barrier islands in the Panhandle of Florida. After Top Sail in Santa Rosa, we were on Port St. Joe Island for 2 days and then St. George Island for 2 days. You talk about boondocks.....we were there. Nothing much to take pictures of but the beach so here's what I have. The downside to Port St. Joe......it rained all the way there and ...