Best Western Apalach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We did Apalachicola today. This area is known as The Forgotten Coast and that is all good news. Apalachicola, besides being a lovely name, is truly old Florida, with a long history of being one of the three busiest ports on the Gulf of Mexico during cotton exporting times to today's position as one of the oyster capitals of the world. Maybe not the world but oysters reign. And at Boss Oyster they reign supreme. ...
Carrabelle Beach has been a wonderful spot to wrap up another amazing year!
A great reminder that the VERY BEST part of this life on the road is FRIENDS - becoming better friends with family members as we get to spend more time with them; meeting up with ...
... BP oil spill and consequent negative publicity for their economic woes but as an outside observer, the problems seem more complicated. Whatever the reason for the downturn, folks seem to have a lot of time on their hands. There is one good thing resulting from the financial injection into the economy by BP reparation money that this writer greatly appreciates, ie, the many miles of sidewalks. It is always a treat to have paved sidewalks, the better to explore. ...
As I sit here and check in, I hear the rain lightly falling on the roof. You know the sound, It's comforting and relaxing. That's part of the reason that we camp, the comfort and relaxation of it all.
We got out for hike around noontime. I use the word hike loosely, since it's quite level here at just a few feet above sea level. It was raining most of the morning, so we just hung out and enjoyed the peace of it all. Finally, it let up a ...
... tackling here. We've not even cleared Florida yet, so we are going to need to put in a few days like this, where cover some serious mileage, in order to be able to stop and enjoy some other places a bit more. We have, however, ended up in a rustic little motor inn, set by the waterside in a tiny little town called Eastpoint. Eastpoint looks across a large inlet and the only way east of Eastpoint is across a long ol' bridge that takes you ...