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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, ...
It didn't take us long to get to the camp site at Pensacola Beach. It's also called Santa Rosa Island and is attached by a massive road bridge. Lots of beach houses, hotels and restaurants on the way (just like Cayman) and then a road with white sands on either side. It's a National Park and also has an old Civil War Union Fort. The camp site was away from the beach and surprisingly crowded, only to find out that it is another holiday weekend for Columbus Day. We put up ...
... Great for honeymooners, retirees, couples, snowbirds,
young people, golfers, tennis players, etc. Very quiet & private, yet
convenient to everything. Enjoy spectacular sunrises & sunsets while
you sip your favorite beverages or eat your meals on your own private
balcony. Safe, gated community with plenty of private beach & 24-hour
Heated indoor & outdoor pools, indoor & outdoor ...
... But, after walking a half hour in the sun in search of the alligator pond and Lefty, it turned into a hot, sticky afternoon. Lily was NOT having a good time. The heat bothered her, big time. She became a very pathetic puppy dog panting hard with her tongue hanging out and a tortured look in her big brown eyes. She sought out any shade she could find and would just plop down on the sidewalk. She was thirsty and soon ...
... of their truck, eager to help a stranded stranger.
I man the wheel and the gas pedal, and the four strangers and John give a mighty one two, push. With a shudder, the tires leave the sand hole and bump up onto the asphalt street. We are free. With smiles and thank yous all around the strangers leave.
The man from the first truck says to John as a parting "Glad to help. Happened to me, too. Have a nice day."