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... made me a little strong here and there, once dropping off into the surrounding water. As Bob and Dianne generously went fishing for my ball, I stood back and found a pretty backdrop for that photo-op. Being the good friend that she is, Dianne refused to give up on the hunt - until we were rushed off by sensible Guy.
A shorter two hour drive waited for us to our next destination of Sandestin, Florida after our round. There we met up with Cath and Mac as they were in ...
... area we took the Jeep and reviewed several of the RV facilities in that general vicinity. Ended up getting several new places we'd like to stay, some of which are class 'A' motor coach only resorts. I'll try to include several photos to give you all an idea what this is all about. The first four photos are at Crystal Lake RV Resort near Naples. These next five photos are at River Bend RV Resort in Labelle, FL. Out ...
... Springs is the "sponge capital of the world" It was started by Greek fisherman in the early l900's. This seaside village is still a thriving working port, and lively Greek traditions and feeling is apparent. It also showcases Victorian era mansions and buildings.
We enjoyed a video about the history and present sponge fishing industry, and strolled thru the museum and sponge shops.
We made our way to Panama city ...
... world, awesome. Up close to a B and Eagle (hurt in the wild) and LOTS of Manatees that were hanging out in the warm water. There were also a lot of fish swimming around. We saw lots of different kinds of birds, another cougar, deer, a hippo, and snakes. Was a very interesting state park
Continued our drive to Destin our last stop on our Florida adventure. We will be staying here ...
... John Paul ll. There were fourteen dining areas spread throughout three floors. Many of the waiters were the third or fourth generations that had worked there.
Next day we stopped at a reconstructed Acadian village in Lafayette. Complete with a large painting of the deportation it made us think of how the displaced Acadians from the lush and fertile Annapolis Valley had to adjust to a new life in the ...