Ocean Reef

Address: 507 West Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 36542, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 507 West Beach Blvd, Gulf Shores, is near Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo, Fort Morgan Historic Site, Gulf State Park, and Waterville USA.
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    Travel Blogs from Gulf Shores

    I Got a Hat & Josh Made New Friends

    A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 20, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... I would've loved to know how much some of that stuff cost! At the entrance to the pier is an enormous statue of a sea turtle, so we made pix with that before venturing out onto the pier. Josh actually saw a pretty good-sized shark, but by the time I got there to make its picture, it was too far below the surface to show up. I made a photo of where a shark used to be, but didn't include it here. (Pretty dull photo, actually.)


    Swamps, Fishing Guys & Vicious Dragonflies

    A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 19, 2014

    18 photos

    ... that the dragonfly wasn't about to let me get HIS butterfly! Never thought much about what dragonflies eat. Now we know at least ONE item on their diets.

    We went back to the other side of the swamp, and got a couple of good pix of George. We won't tell him, but I think Carl is a much handsomer bird!

    The two intrepid fishermen went down to the beach and tried surf fishing. I stayed a little while and ...

    A Journey Back to My Childhood

    A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 18, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... Now Josh and I had to stash our loot back into the Explorer before we could head into the fort. Construction on Fort Morgan began in 1819, and it was used by the Alabama Militia to defend Mobile Bay (not very successfully) during the Civil War. It was used during World War II as coastal defense, then deactivated in 1946. I s'pose I "discovered" Fort Morgan in the early 1950's - I can't remember not being ...

    Our First Full Day - and it was FULL!

    A travel blog entry by pat_and_larry on Oct 16, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... it'll put my photos in with the text.

    So there's no telling where the pix will show up, but you'll know those first two were us having coffee this morning.

    After breakfast, we headed for the Foley Model Train Exhibit. This has got to be one of the best free things EVER. The enormous layout was donated to the City of Foley by a wealthy train enthusiast. We watched the trains for a long time, then saw a DVD about the exhibit, ...

    Expect the Unexpected

    A travel blog entry by erickasheppard on Oct 01, 2014

    ... right? We had been faithful all Feast and here we were stuck without a vehicle, barely able to get it back to the shop. Turns out it needed a new alternator as well, which brings us to our current state. We have had no choice but to stay two extra nights, and may be needing to stay an additional night to get our car up to standards.

    Did I mention we were pretty much car-less all Feast? We had to ride with my in-laws anywhere we needed or wanted to ...