Travel Blogs from Apalachicola, United States

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Leaving Port, Port Fourchon, United States travel blog

Leaving Port

A travel blog entry by tbassplayer

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Day 1 Off on our first hutch. a job they say will take 5 days once we arrive. The site is about 90 miles out so there is no chance of TV, radio, or cell phone service. we had XM radio but nobody wanted to listen to the news on it. I have a feeling that ...

Fahrt nach Apalachicola, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Fahrt nach Apalachicola

A travel blog entry by katrin_on_tour

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Morgens sind wir schon traurig, dass wir abfahren müssen. In jedem Urlaub gibt es eigentlich immer ein ganz spezielles B&B, wo wir uns besonders zu Hause fühlen. Das ist hier bei Journeys End. Eine Diskussion darüber, ob wir offen ...

Days 19 & 20, Savannah GA to Apalachicola FL, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Days 19 & 20, Savannah GA to Apalachicola FL

A travel blog entry by bobandconnie

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Miles Driven: 5078 Time Driving: 103 Hours, 32 Minutes On The iPod: A little Indigo Girls in Georgia (note to self: next time you find yourself driving through Georgia make sure you have Ray Charles singing Georgia On My Mind) then straight ...

Historic Oyster Town, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Historic Oyster Town

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad

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... still seems to thrive here.  It is reported that 90% of the oysters presently sold in Florida come from the Apalachicola Bay.  It's completely non-industrial here and the waters are pristine, so eating oysters from Apalachacola could be done ...

Back in the

Back in the "East Zone "Again

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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On Saturday, we got to Grayton Beach CG fairly early, since it was only some sixty miles from our last spot.  We had every intention of taking a hike along the dunes, but were overcome with a surprised tiredness.  We did take a short walk ...

A Peaceful Day on the Island, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

A Peaceful Day on the Island

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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As I sit here and check in, I hear the rain lightly falling on the roof.  You know the sound,  It's comforting and relaxing.  That's part of the reason that we camp, the comfort and relaxation of it all. We got out for hike around ...

Night on the Water, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Night on the Water

A travel blog entry by jharrel11

... . Well worth it. Took a swamp boat tour and saw alligators and all that the swamp had to offer. Worth the drive. Drove to Apalachicola after stopping quickly in Tallahassee to see FSU. Only saw a small part of it but seemed nice. The trip down the gulf ...

The Florida Pan Handle, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

The Florida Pan Handle

A travel blog entry by jms79

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... providing a great view of the Gulf and Saint Joseph Bay. As the sun began to set we approached the quaint fishing town of Apalachicola. We stumbled upon a lovely park in the residential part of the town. The park had a pier that led down to the ...

Entering the Redneck Riviera, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Entering the Redneck Riviera

A travel blog entry by spoggle

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... Eastpoint looks across a large inlet and the only way east of Eastpoint is across a long ol' bridge that takes you into Apalachicola. Before the railways etc, this historic little trading post was the third busiest shipping port in the Gulf of Mexico, but ...

Day Forty Three, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Day Forty Three

A travel blog entry by lgrubbs

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Had a short run today from Carrabelle to Apalachicola...sounds like a song... Tom guided me through taking the boat out of the slip at Carrabelle, showed me how to shortcut the channels, and tutored me the entire trip. It was a beautiful day and ...

Doing Fine on Feb. 29, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Doing Fine on Feb. 29

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... & laziness. I am writing this on March 2nd even though it is about Feb. 29.   Day 10 -  Savannah Georgia to Apalachicola Florida (Our 9th State) Stats - 550 KM & 8 Hrs. in car.  We left the River Street in (reluctantly) this ...

My first days ride with (on) Jess (???), Apalachicola, United States travel blog

My first days ride with (on) Jess (???)

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge

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... sign had a sticker on it saying "Ken" (mmm???). We traversed the first of many spectacular coastal bridges. Riding into Apalachicola we saw the magnificent Gibson Inn, all wooden, painted white and surrounded by large verandahs full of drinkers. But, the ...

APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

APALACHICOLA, FLORIDA

A travel blog entry by janiebob

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... story behind Tupelo honey.  The nectar comes from the flower of the White gum or Tupelo tree, found almost exclusively in the Apalachicola area.  The story says that pure 'Tupelo ' honey will not turn to sugar; ever. It is said that it's ...

Apalachicola, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Apalachicola

A travel blog entry by landasouth

A few hours later we arrived, this is of course an understatement, it has been an epoch. We are wilting, but we arrived at the daaarrrrling little country inn bed & breakfast Coombs House Inn. Luckily we caught girlfriend manager before she locked up ...

Last day of Cold Maybe!, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Last day of Cold Maybe!

A travel blog entry by neon_moon

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Still cold in the morning, BUTT, this will let you feel what real sailing is all about.....Time 0830 My watch! I have on: One set of stretch pants, with a few holes in the you know where : one pair of bigger pants over these; one pair of boots my Mom ...

Welcome to the Forgotten Coast...., Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Welcome to the Forgotten Coast....

A travel blog entry by papabearconboy

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... warned verbally and with signs to "Beware of Alligators", but did not see any today...Lunch at the Riverside Cafe on the water and then onto Historic Apalachicola..Will be heading North in the morning and with a change in the time zone to Central ...

Off the Beaten Path, Apalachicola, United States travel blog

Off the Beaten Path

A travel blog entry by wmills3

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My wife and I attended a rather large music festival in Lower Alabama called BamaJam.  We decided to make our return trip home to Tampa by traveling old 98, which at one time was the major highway linking the panhandle of Florida with the rest of ...

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