Cape San Blas Inn
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... cleared up and the sun is finally appearing and doing its job.
The smell of cooking turkeys is drifting across the Park. A lot of the campers are having their own celebrations while others like ourselves are joining in a community feast.
As mentioned earlier, I had nominated Margaret to make a Pavlova for the feast. When checking the oven in the RV we ...
... 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 ...
... pleasure of benefiting as we continued our trek across Florida, and into Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.
BREATH TAKING BRIDGES
It's been said that the northwest has it's ferries but that the southeast has its bridges. I love bridges but I hate bridges ! I find many of them scary to cross. But, at the same time I love the beauty of their design and the emotion they create in many of us. The narrows ...
... and gets stung. His yells encourage us to try the beach again! Around 2pm the wind switches to off the water and poof the flies are gone… we spend the rest of the afternoon flyless!
- Later we see a dolphin swim by which is cool.
Skype Brad and Jess and Kayla and also Karen’s Mom and Dad then have a ...
This vacation just gets better and better! Today we slept in and went kayaking in the afternoon. On our trip we saw starfish, horseshoe crabs, sting rays, and jumping fish. We paddled out to Black's island taking GoPro footage as we went. We kayaked into a headwind all the way to the island, at which point the wind switched so that we ...