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... in a forest now means that the acorns are no longer falling on the roof of the rv and waking us all up at 4am.
Before kids came along, rob and I loved our road trips and we feel proud that we are managing to keep doing it. It might be busier with less time for ourselves with three little ones in tow, but boy oh boy, this is a fun trip. Rob feels king of the road and a natural behind the wheel. He's wasted in insurance.
It didn't take us long to get to the camp site at Pensacola Beach. It's also called Santa Rosa Island and is attached by a massive road bridge. Lots of beach houses, hotels and restaurants on the way (just like Cayman) and then a road with white sands on either side. It's a National Park and also has an old Civil War Union Fort. The camp site was away from the beach and surprisingly crowded, only to find out that it is another holiday weekend for Columbus Day. We put up ...
... 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 ...
... all the way to Key West and we are now heading north again. We have been in the one time zone the whole time but no longer. Somewhere between Perry and Panama City (both in Florida) we put the clocks back one hour. The GPS knew! We had thought that we must have been going to low fly the miles that day to reach our destination in the time shown. Having been to Everglades City which is in fact a small seaside town we were not surprised that Panama City was not large ...
... north than where we stayed last November in Perdido Key. Actually, you can stand on the shore of the bay and look directly across to Alabama. The campground is nice; lots of very tall pine trees and palmetto bushes. Our site backs up to the forest so it gives the impression that we're all alone out here. Not so, there's folks about 50' away on either side of us, and one pesky squirrel who obviously loves ...