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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 ...
... rides and lots of other activities they have there.
We topped up our propane (LPG) tank and it was time to head further east.
This part of the trip would take us through the deep southern state of Mississippi and into Alabama. I could have taken the Interstate 10, but opted to travel on Highway 90. This route follows the Gulf of Mexico coastline and is a special drive. The white sands of the Gulf and the blue of the water ...
... of that powerful fact.
One person stepped to the forefront and spoke to me loud and clear as if he were in the very next seat: My dear, departed Dad. He had amazing Strength in every way. He also had a brilliant mechanical mind in his time and could fix anything. I never saw him quit till the job at hand was done. Nobody did. I just listened to the simple words he spoke in his confident, calm tone as the great challenge ...
... up some beer, headed to a beach - the first beach (what was this beach called Workman?) and Pensacola beach - and had fun playing bat and ball, horse shoes, swimming, and paddle boarding. We also met up with their friends and Heather's family during the stay which was really good - everybody seemed very relaxed and friendly. It was lucky for us that Workman and Heather were between jobs so everyday was the ...
... the Great Migration in the Serengeti which resulted in the film "Real Serengeti".
Fadhil Magoye, Guide, Wild Source Research Camp
Fadhil is the son of Deo Magoye. He grew up learning the secrets of nature from his father. His first guiding job was with Asilia Africa as resident guide at Olakira Camp. He spent over two years learning the Ndutu and ...