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... for what felt like an eternity but was probably much shorter, our wonderful beach neighbors helped him back.
After the beach we took a scenic drive through the Gulf Shores National Seashore while the kids sacked out in the car. Then dinner and a great fireworks show on the bay! Great day in Florida and we're excited to get to Nora Carolina to see the Murphys tomorrow!
Well, this day came a little too soon...three weeks was a long time, but it definitely went by quickly. Madrid's airport is huge...and I mean much bigger than you can imagine. After checking in, we headed to our gate and the sign at the airport train said it was 22 minutes away...WHAT?!?!? After finally arriving at our gate and boarding the plane, we settled in for some ...
... all they way through the Civil War, and, in fact, the only time it was ever involved in a fight was during the Civil War, when the Union consolidated troops from all three of the forts there and shot it out with the Confederate troops who moved into the other two--Barrancas and McRee (pronounced "McCray"). The latter fort was essentially destroyed during that battle and was never rebuilt. Nothing ...
... toward the beaches was really bad--we made it over the first one, but, at the advice of one of the rangers, decided to forego the second. We went back up into Pensacola to the Fort Barrancas, which is on the current active naval station. Fort Barrancas was first built by the Spanish in the 16th century. It changed hands a number of times between the Spanish, French, and British, until the ...
... the upper level.
Fort Pickens is the largest o four forts built to decent Pensacola Bay and its navy yard. The fort was named for Revolutionary War hero General Andrew Pickens (from South Carolina). (Nick insisted it was named for Slim Pickens). Major William Henry Chase (from Massachusetts), US Army Corps of Engineers, supervised the project. The fort was begun in 1829 and completed in 1834. It ...
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