Martinique on the Gulf
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... pier, Larry surprised me by heading for Orange Beach Souvenir City, where he had bought his hat. I s'pose that he'd gotten so tired of me wanting a hat like his, that he decided to take me there to shut me up. I GOT MY HAT! And furthermore, I like my hat.
Then Larry surprised Josh and me by remembering that we wanted to make pix of the pirate ship behind Souvenir City. He did baulk on me when I suggested getting his photo as a "pirate." ...
... and there, Larry saw another surprise: A Plantation Frog. Well, probably that isn't the scientific name for this critter, but he doesn't look much like any frogs we've seen at home. See photo of frog.
Larry & Josh were planning a fishing trip today, at the Intracoastal Canal. When I was a child, this canal was where Daddy and Mina loved to fish. One never knew what kind of critter would bite the hook. ...
... into the hot tub. Mina will be delighted to know that he really LOVED it, and plans to go back. Mina, I told him that when you win the lottery, you're going to get us a hot tub . . . and he wants one as big as the one at the Plantation.
I'm going to close this early tonight - if we do anything else significant, which seems unlikely, I'll write about it tomorrow. Everyone have a great evening - we are.
... This bird is NOT shy. We both were making photos of it as we walked closer, expecting it to become alarmed and fly away. Not. By the way, Josh has named this bird Carl.
Tomorrow, we're going to a yard sale at a big church about five miles up the road from the Gulf Shores Plantation. YAY for yard sales! (Although I fear that a yard sale here will be very much like one at home. I'd like to find beachy stuff.)
... and very thankful for the opportunity to meet each of the new brethren I met each day. Not only did I meet new people, I also met three new divers, and heard of three more who were in attendance!
Next year we are hoping to organize a group dive. Daniel and I are part of a dive group back home, and I think it would be marvelous to maintain a Church dive group, to add a new dimension to a "judgement free" sport. God opens doors when we least expect it.