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We woke up early to enjoy the beach and hoped to see dolphins but no luck. The beach was stunning though. We had breakfast and packed up to leave. They gave us a CD on check out from the Inn of romantic beach music! Such a nice touch. I was sad to leave. It was so nice there.
We ended up with a 7 hour drive plus the hour that ...
... for his handout. Then I took a picture of him which I think he considered in expectation of payment. So it was sort of like New Orleans except with birds. LOL. We finally had to accept defeat and gathered up our stuff now wet and covered in sand and made our way back to the safety of the patio at the Inn. We stood there for a bit just enjoying the rain and then decided to come inside. It looks like an all day rain. I sure hope ...
... ant disaster. They were apologetic. We finally left and then tried to get breakfast. Jym found a place online and when we got there it had closed and become a Vegan restaurant called Seed. It was late and I just wanted to get going so I we decided to eat there anyway. The food was all non meat including no eggs but hey…we will try anything once. The food was definitely interesting. It was also a pretty pricey bill ...
... over Lake Ponchartrain. This elevated highway is 23 miles in length and 8 miles of it is out of sight of land.
My daily mileage quotas will be slightly higher than on the way down, we took 7 days to get to Atlanta doing 650 km/day, but my departure point is about 900 km farther east & south. I have 8 days to get home and want to do at least 700 km a day. I would like my last day, as always, to be a short day, maybe from my ...
Despite our abysmal trip through Alligator Alley we had a lovely drive as we headed north out of Florida. Once on the gulf coast Lew and I decided to stop at Siesta Key. The key is proudly adorned with signs proclaiming it the #1 Beach in the USA. It was quite beautiful, but none of the beaches were dog friendly. That leaves it's rankings far below the #1 ranking it boasts, but I'll post photos and allow you to decide for yourself.
After an interminable ...