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... public beach access points. We choose the Gulf State Park with a long pier jutting out into the ocean. We had to pay $3.00 a person for the privilege of walking out on the pier and peering back at land. (they get you coming and going nowadays!) But, the pelicans we meet on the way make the entry fee bearable. We end the sunny, breezy and warm day at "the beach" with a grown up drink (Pina Colada for me) at a beach bar named the Pink ...
... withstood several hurricanes. We confirmed with Pete's brother, Dan, that it was indeed the house, based on a picture Dan had in his file. Pete also remembered the bridge over the bayou. The school itself is gone, however we did find where it was located.
Another of Pete's early memories had to do with eating egg salad sandwiches at Pensacola Beach and getting sand in them. Armed with homemade egg salad sandwiches, we headed ...
... driving a motorhome that measures 12' 8" in height, you REALLY need to know the height of the tunnel or bridge that is looming in your windshield. John was visibly agitated because he did not see an alternate route in front of him. The redeeming factor was the truck in front of us. He was even bigger than we were and he was proceeding.
So we said to each other "It'll be alright."
... still over the Christmas holiday, since I like to put up our tree and stay put during the holidays.
... that there were some roast beef sandwiches, but he mentioned that they were made yesterday, and then he graciously put up with my grousing about that. I do not like day-old sandwiches that have lettuce and tomato on them, because the bread gets soggy. The kid was very sympathetic, and even offered to give me the sandwich for nothing so that if I didn't like it, I could throw it away and I wouldn’t have paid for it. I thought that that ...