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TravelPod Member ReviewsGulf State Park Gulf Shores
Huge, 500 campsite park. Much to offer here. Great State Park beach, swimming, excellent bike paths, swimming pool in warm weather, golf, tennis and wonderful visitor center with program presentations. We saw an excellent program on native snakes (with live snakes) presented by the park's ranger.
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... everything we saw - the white sandy beaches and the wooden clad bars. Each day was fun packed starting with a morning workout in their garage, courtesy of Heather who put us through our paces with exercises that we hadn't been accustomed to for a while. This routine was a good addition as we ate a lot of fried food and drank a lot of beer during our stay so it kept us alive!
Each day at some point ...
... part of valor, and came back down. If I were a lighthouse keeper, the ships at sea would be in a world of hurt! Larry didn't come in, so here are pix of me with a boyfriend I found inside, and of Josh and me on those incredible stairs. Oh, and one of Josh with a pelican statue. I do need to add another photo looking up those stairs. Josh was peeking down in one, when I had stopped on a window ledge, so we'll include that one.
Oh my - today has been so busy that I hope I don't leave anything out! First, we went to the Gulf State Park Pier, which is approximately a quarter of a mile long. Quite a hike to the end of that thing, and back. Josh made pix of Larry and me in about the same place we made pix on our honeymoon, in 1989. ('Cept that Hurricane Ivan blew the old pier away, and this is the bigger, stronger version.) We saw people with the most incredible rigs of ...
... who lives in the swamp - shall we call this one George? We weren't able to get a photo of George yesterday, but I did get one today - that will show up later. I'm trying to do this in consecutive order. We now understand the Plantation signs that "Alligators Are Not Pets." That swamp looks like a cozy place for an alligator!
This morning, it was incredibly windy, and a bit cool. Larry and I still had coffee on ...
... will be delayed 2 ½ hours. That means we will miss our KLM connection from Amsterdam to Kilimanjaro. We are told a cargo door cannot be secured on the aircraft.
How insulting! Delta has 22 hours to fix the problem or switch aircraft yet they choose to panic and throw everyone’s schedule into chaos. Oh Lord, I’ve already forgotten my own advice to stay cool and go with the flow.
We call Brenda at Gulf Breeze Travel. Regan says ...