Milton / Gulf Pines KOA
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- Swimming pool
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... and went for a walk on the beach. Crowded campsites are not fun at all. The sand is like raw cane sugar. Very glassy and white, almost like snow. It squeaks under your feet, so of course I was playing in that for a while, squeaking along the beach :-) I did not go for a swim though - the water was cold! Fort Pickens was next door, so after soaking in some sun and sticking our toes in the water - we went to explore the fort. Quite eerie really, and surprisingly ...
... 1.98 per gallon. I was amazed to see fields and fields of cotton trees! That was a first. We stopped for pulled pork for lunch at a cute road side restaurant and kept going and going until Pensacola, Florida and stopped at a hotel in Golf Breeze. It was nice to see the water and palm trees again. And to feel warm ...
... good it would actually be. I didn't count how many planes were on display, hanging from the ceiling or at ground level but there were many. We went to the IMAX theatre screening of the D-Day movie (there were four different films on offer throughout the day) which was really moving, checked out the three simulators, went to the 1941 retro street of houses and shops, ate at the restaurant and at the end of the day found we had missed a couple of really interesting ...
... leaving us with two seats for the three of us hippy ladies (and I'm not talking about the pot-smoking, peace preaching kind of hippy). But alas, we all scrunched in there and played musical seats to keep us comfortable enough.
We were heading to Ocean Springs to visit Thomas' parents and childhood friends for a birthday bonfire. Tom and Peggy Butera were extremely welcoming and we learned a little bit about southern manners, which was a lot more than our prior knowledge of ...
... gulls) while our panorama was filled with oil and gas platforms, an open water access to the Gulf of Mexico. We had a great time and began to get our travel legs back.
We took another leisurely morning after a great evening of laughter and catching up on family and friends. Philip was able to take the day off and we rode to the Pensacola Naval Air Museum to watch the Blue ...