COUNTRY INN SUITES PENSACOLA W
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up timidly "uhhhhhh, excuse me, we were wondering if you could camp in your yard tonight? We were going to stay just down the road at the sanctuary, but the woman who owns it is on holiday." The woman who we soon find out is Sheila says "oh sure you can stay here" We thank her profusely and walk up the drive way. That night Greg her husband hooks up their RV camper and let's us sleep on a bed! How awesome. We also find out that Greg is a Shrader ...
... that we retired to our beds for a mid-afternoon siesta. We woke up to the idea of fresh oyster happy hour where we met the world's greatest oyster shucker, Thomas. He was a 50ish y.o. man with a great sense of humor. He gave Powerstroke a little shuga shuga and she gave it right back! Thomas jokingly patronized Powerstroke and asked if the oyster was too big for her, she came back with, "Oh no! I like the big meaty ones in my mouth!" He was taken aback, then blushed and then laughed ...
... children best through example. They gave us all we needed to be good, kind, honest people. I very proudly dedicate my 48 state tour with love to Mum and Dad, Phyllis and Walter Laskey. In their name, I am trying with all my heart and strength to help children. I can think of no greater tribute.
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... everything we saw - the white sandy beaches and the wooden clad bars. Each day was fun packed starting with a morning workout in their garage, courtesy of Heather who put us through our paces with exercises that we hadn't been accustomed to for a while. This routine was a good addition as we ate a lot of fried food and drank a lot of beer during our stay so it kept us alive!
Each day at some point ...
... a good two feet of running water on the street. Navigating around abandoned cars and fellow drivers, I made my way through the rapids and continued down University to where my ill-fated roommate-in-distress was waiting.
Little did I know, there were yet more obstacles between me and my destination; I still needed to turn left onto Nine Mile from University. Unfortunately, there were so many abandoned cars by the light that the police ...