Pensacola Rv Park
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... took pictures and I talked to a family of bike riders that took pity on our poor hot and tired puppy dog. They offered to share one of their water bottles with her. She survived and so did we, although I don't think any of us would say Lefty was worth it.
The weather is consistently beautiful so we go to the beach or for walks in the afternoons. We visit the Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge, minus Lily, for a walk ...
... ships there. It's a great place to climb and for children to run and play. The day was cool for the beach so there were lots of families there letting the children play and have great fun. We meet a couple with 3 kids who are from Mooresville, NC. It’s a small world.
Interesting note: The actual "first shots" of the Civil War were fired in Pensacola Bay at Fort Pickens on January 8, 1861 when a group of local men tried ...
... blooming and very lovely. I'll let the pictures tell the story.
Interesting note: Mr. Bellingrath made his fortune as a Coca Cola bottler and distributor. He and his wife designed the gardens as a hobby and to relieve stress. They opened them to the public first just to the community. It was such a success that they opened the gardens to the ...
... bowling, we went into the bar at the bowling alley. They were doing karaoke in there so we went in there and sang along. What a great night. It was a big change from where we stayed with Mesa. There was only 2 restaurants around the hotel Mesa stayed at so unless you got a cab to go somewhere, you were stuck there with nothing to do. ...
Our first stop in Pensacola was the park visitor's center at Gulf Islands National Seashore. We went to the Naval Live Oaks station,south of Pensacola in Gulf Breeze. This is located on land that was purchased by John Quincy Adams as the nation's first national tree farm. The wood of the Live Oak, it turns out, is an extremely dense wood that, once upon a time, could repel the kind of shot ...
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