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This was leaving day. I left Spanish Fort for my Grandmother's early in the morning. I hung around the house for a couple of hours then ate lunch with my Mom at a local seafood restraunt. If I remember the name I'll come back and add that. After lunch it was the long drive back home. And ...
... br> The tiger encounters were awesome but our little guys were very tired and kept falling asleep.
After we did the zoo we headed to an ice cream parlor Matt's Ice Cream Parlor? (it was free with zoo admission). A nice atmosphere and I grabbed a root beer while my friends decided on their ice cream flavors.
Then for the ride back to Spanish Fort, ...
I started off working my 8 hour shift. After getting off work I took a quick trip to the gas station and then drove from around 3 till 9 that night to get to Fairhope, Alabama. It rained the entire time I was on the road. It was a miserable drive and I was exhausted upon getting to my Grandmother's. I got a call ...
... a big tip. If you are ever going to take the Mobile Bay ferry, I can recommend the meatball sandwich without hesitation.
From Fort Gaines, we drove to Gulfport, from which we will catch a ferry tomorrow to Ship Island and the last fort of the trip: Fort Massachusetts. This is the last bit of the National Seashore that we have to visit.
A great example of how history gets made and passed along in fictional form, rather ...
We have gotten into a habit of doing a 2+ mile walk in the morning. This gets our day off to a good start.
By the afternoon it was nice enough to get our bikes out for a ride. We rode from the house to the State Park using some cut through roads. We rode a total of 18 miles! I could feel some sore muscles coming on!
We ended the afternoon sitting on the deck enjoying the ...
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