The Pearl of Navarre Beach
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... when packing up this morning, he was in one of the leveling blocks underneath the tire. Kids wanted to take him with, of course. Find it interesting that each state has a different "feel" about them, pretty neat! Arrived at Santa Rosa beach state park, very beautiful, and HUMID! Love our campsite. Lots to do around here will be tough to decide, or would be if there were limitless funds. There are definitely some bucks around ...
Sun, fun, surf, and family. Could not have been a better trip. For the adventurous travelers there is a zip line at the boardwalk; also plenty of paddle boarding, boogie boarding, and skim boarding. For the more leisure travelers there are plenty of shops and beautiful white sand beaches to take strolls on and great surf shops with walking distance of any hotel and beach. On top of that more fresh sea food than you could possibly eat. Me being allergic to shell fish ...
... all it has to offer. I am not only looking forward to teaching but also living in a new country. I never dreamed when I was a kid that I would be teaching outside the United States. I am thankful I will have friends who can help me adjust to my new adventure.
I will update as often as I can and post many pictures of my adventures over the next year. ...
Tap, tap, tap goes a small finger on Matt's forward. Matt opens his eyes and says, "yes?" "The suns out," Oliver exclaims! A cue for us to get up and play. What a nice day of relaxation. We had no plans, just to hang out with Jason and the boys. Jason of course fed us some very delicious eggs with toast for breakfast. We continued chatting away like we did last night. Sadly Julie had to go to work but wasn't ...
... Pickens located at the entrance of Pensacola harbor. Built in the early 1800’s, the fort has stood ready to protect the harbor from pirates, Confederate soldiers during the Civil War, and enemy invasions during both WWI & WWII. Part of the National Seashore includes the Naval Live Oaks where native dense wood oaks were cultivated for shipbuilding. Old Ironsides was made from ...