Sandy Key Condominiums
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The RVs are replaced with travel trailers and fifth wheelers with young families down here for Spring Break. The monthly calendar of activities ceased existence (no more Thursday night Bingo or Elvis Revisited programs) and even the Guest Host has changed to a younger family. Our little paradise will not be back until next winter.
We don't have neighbors around us. It feels like we are living in a ...
Yet again another fort. This one spans about 150 years. First built in 1834 to guard Pensacola Bay, it was used through the Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War 1 and 2. It was decommissioned in 1946. There are very old parts of the fort with brick and mortar and later parts with concrete. There are watch towers and big concrete bunker that look like those on the coast of France. It was all place there to protect the harbor and ...
Today was to be a highlight of the trip for us. We planned to be at Bellingrath Gardens during the peak azalea time. Well, we are, but the cold snap of the last few days has really ruined the blooms. Most of the azaleas were drooping and dropping their blooms. Many that remained were wilted and spotted by the cold. What a bummer! However, many of the other ...
... fun. So we got to the hotel in Pensacola and met downstairs and walked the short distance to the bowling alley. We bowled 2 games and mostly sat around and talked and laughed. Again, it was a fun crew and we just all got along really well. The captain, Art, nicknamed us 3 girls Artie's Angels (like Charlie's angels). After we ...
... broken down into smaller pieces in his mathematical, logical way.
"How far is it? Five thousand miles? That's a lot. But if you can ride 50 miles a day for 100 days, you are there. You can do that, Stevie." What really got me to flip that "fear switch" in my head were my father's simple words: "You made a Promise to do your best, right? Keep it."
And that was that. In the next moment I was gritting my teeth with the ...