Pensacola Rv Park
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We had a good day for traveling. The gray skies turned to partly sunny and the temperatures were in the 60's. Good traveling. Most of our driving was along rural roads. We just had to get from Americus to I-10 in Florida. It was a lovely and uneventful drive. All along the roads we saw groves of pecan trees. Nearly every rural house has 8-12 pecans …
... the “Smokin’ in the Square” event. It was quite disappointing. The focus clearly was on the competition and the competitors and not providing attendees with tasty morsels. However, we did enjoy window shopping in the older more quaint section of town, stretching our legs and breathing in the fresh air blowing in from the nearby waters. Casey finds a great seafood market on the water called Joe Patti. Here we dine at their intimate ...
... it prominently stocked in the grocery store. We enjoyed the first Yuengling we had the pleasure of drinking since summer 2013, on our patio, siting in short sleeves, with the warm sunshine in our faces. Life was good!
Tuesday morning was spent "nesting" in our new home base. We rearranged and cleaned Freddie, readying it for a month long stay. We picked up several items at the local Walmart to make our stay a little more ...
... priced, spacious sites, easy hookup and nice friendly owners. Thank you Juley and Rob. It was a great place.
Our reasons for visiting Pensacola were two-fold. First of all, we have had several people tell us we needed to see the National Naval Aviation Museum because it was phenomenal, and the more important reason was because Pete lived there when he was five years old and his father was a Lieutenant in the Navy. He had some ...
The final leg of our trip to Gulf Shores, Alabama started with a misty Monday morning. We headed out from Livingston about 9:30 a.m. with thoughts of settling in for a month when we arrived. It made me happy to think that I wasn't going to be a vagabond for a whole month! I would be able to unpack my overnight bag that held my health and beauty aids because I was not going anywhere for 30 days! It felt good.
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