Bay Inn & Suites Foley
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Well, after much packing checking and re packing we are ready to fly! With their passports in hand, the girls bravely walked through their first TSA check point. While we were checking in Michael asked the attendant if the girls could have a pair of wings. Proudly pinned, we headed for security. Aaralyn strutted down the gateway as ...
... of us had been this far north on this route before so it was all new terrain. It was nice and hilly , with many trees, and lucky for us little traffic. It did rain a bit towards the evening and at some point fog started to roll in , but nothing too crazy. ...
... I thought.) after all. It was a semi-tractor trailer broken down right in the very center of the left lane. Ugggh!
Once past the roadblock the "fun" began. Ben took the lead because his GPS was protected from the rain and I had put mine in my waterproof saddlebag. The rain was heavy for several miles and I kept thinking (hoping) we would pop out of it and we'd have sunny skies for the rest of the day. Wrong again.
We pulled off at Beaux Bridge, LA and managed to ...
... one and only trip to the beach which was just fabulous even though we were only there for an hour. The surf was big and beautiful. Could sit and watch and listen to it forever. JD remembered where we ate on the beach last time no we returned for shrimp and all kinds of other seafood, JD even ate oysters. Never want to leave...went home and packed up to leave in the morning. Beyond sad. But we WILL be ...
Camping next to these huge campers ... we are quite the draw!
Three wonderful days at the Gulf Islands National Seashore, Ft. Pickens campground (Thank you, Virginia and Mike!). Met great people ... Theresa and Paul Walker from Pennsylvania. Our first night we walked to the gulf beach to watch the sunset. To our joy, the first thing we saw were the dolphins and the ray close to the shore. We knew we were incredibly luck to see that sight.
Next stop, Port St. Joe. ...