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Upon leaving the museum, we headed for our next stop, but when we got close to I-10, there was a major traffic back-up to go through the tunnel, so briefly we decided to forgo Lambert's. Then I remembered we could bypass the traffic by getting on US 90, so Bob got on the GPS and chose the route without using highways. US 90 took us through town and another tunnel after which we were able to return to I-10. So now we were on our way to Foley, ...
... any seafood. We bought shrimp and large sea scallops.
A tour guide met our bus at Joe Patti's and at 2:30 we started a 3 hour City tour. We rode through downtown, the historic district and out to the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We returned to the RV Park at 5:00pm. It was a long day. Tomorrow morning we hook up and head to our next stop.....Tallahassee. We have a tour of Florida Historic Capital tomorrow afternoon.
I had some great pictures of our day with Steve & Barbara, but they accidentally got deleted.
Drive to Pensacola area was good. Got into Sheri's around 8:30 pm. She was anxiously awaiting my arrival, along with a few of her friends.
As would be expected, the first night was a bit on the awkward side. First time we had seen each other in 5 months, during which time we had very little contact. We started the catch-up phase, sharing a few stories, saving most for later, so we could turn in early.
... to Fairhope, AL so we could visit a former CPA coworker and partner residing in Fairhope as a freelance author. We also wanted to visit some areas we had not seen like Gulf Shores, Pensacola, Destin and other areas along the gulf.
Fairhope, AL is a charming community. Founded with some utopian concepts (much of the property is owned by the community with long term land leases for ...