Milton / Gulf Pines KOA
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... that was worth the $6.00 entry fee.
Our dining experience in Tallahasee saw us enjoying a large and tasty Domino's Pizza and a rather good bottle of Californian Pinot Noir in our room on one evening - this really was 'living the dream'. We also experienced Sonny's Pit BBQ for some tasty gut filling pulled pork with a couple of 'sidekicks' and we appeared to be two of the few in the packed restaurant choosing the likes of broccoli, green beans ...
We had a great time relaxing at Fort Pickens. Nita went for a nice long bicycle ride along the coast. She was flying - until it was time to turn around. Suddenly the truth dawned - she was flying because the wind was helping. The return trip was against the wind!
I went exploring access points to the beach and the actual fort. Saw my first and so ...
After a grueling five days of driving, it was time to find a nice campground and hang out for a few days. My plan was to stay at the state park on the beach near Destin. But the polar vortex spoiled things, so I found an RV park near Pensacola instead. The temperatures were in the 30's at night, and although it was only in the 50's during the day, at least it was sunny! I enjoyed a walk on the beautiful beach and a couple fantastic sunsets over the ...
... 15 minutes) we decide to bomb it aka go as fast as possible. Cruising through the leaves and grass I came upon a large section of sand. Going at such high speeds my bike wobbled out from underneath me, my response was a flying ninja karate dismount landing solidly on my two feet! With not a moment to spare in the jungle I grabbed my bike and ran up a small hill getting back on my bike and charge ahead. Soon after we found the road we were ...
... 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 ...