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Today is the last day of a week in Foley, AL while at the Florida Travelcade Club rally. It has been a fun week with good friends and lots of food and drinks. We went to the Foley Shrimp Festival, the road kill cafe, Jimmy Buffett's sister's restaurant called Lulu's and a number of other places that I can not remember the names of, ...
... appeared to be training: take-off, flying in a circle, landing, take-off, flying-in a circle and landing again and again. They seemed almost like one plane at one point as they were flying so close together. I was worried that they'd crash!!!! We met a lovely older couple who had an RV and had been camping there for two weeks. They were from Atlanta and were sad to be leaving at the weekend. They were super-nice. Jonathan and I took a little glass of wine to the beach ...
... exercise area, clubhouse, lush
tropical landscaping, shops, fishing, jetskiing, gameroom,
6,200-acre Bon Secour National Park & Wildlife Preserve with
beachfront hiking trails, fishing for bass, bream & bluegill in
40-acre Gator Lake, & trout & flounder in the lagoon, sightseeing
river cruises, 6,000-acre Gulf State Park.
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... woods one day. We are so surprised by the experience. Not far from the bustle of the city, on the peninsula going toward the ferry and Dauphin Island, the wildlife refuge is a natural oasis for animals and plants native to the region. We saw palmetto palms as underbrush to live oaks and magnolia trees. Pretty little wildflowers grow along side swamp grasses. And, cacti grow along side the road with swamp brush as ...
... puts the addresses in his phone GPS and we venture out. After a half hour of going up and down the street where the GPS says the Pet Store is located in Foley we give up in frustration. It must be out of business and they didn't tell the GPS locator app! We abandon Foley and head out to Fairhope. We drive through the Southern Alabaman countryside for a couple of hours, enjoying meandering down one road and then another. We follow the ...