Travelodge Pensacola Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We went back to our camp site, started a fire and grilled some delish pork chops and corn on the cobb. Half way through dinner it started pouring with rain again! We raced back inside. The rain didn't last too long but by then I'd changed into dry clothes and was too tired to go back out again. We called it a night.
What a great day!
After a grueling five days of driving, it was time to find a nice campground and hang out for a few days. My plan was to stay at the state park on the beach near Destin. But the polar vortex spoiled things, so I found an RV park near Pensacola instead. The temperatures were in the 30's at night, and although it was only in the 50's during the day, at least it was sunny! I enjoyed a walk on the beautiful beach and a couple fantastic sunsets over the ...
Today, we transitioned to the Destin West RV Resort in Fort Walton Beach. It was really hard to leave the Ho Hum RV Park, but this campground is near the water, and is very nice. The sites are paved with brick pavers and are really deep. Our site is set up that we are head in so we are able to look out and see the water and not the front of another rig.
On the ...
... in a slightly drunken fashion not too long after we left. All in all, everything about graduation day was 200% more fun than I expected it to be, even if a certain friend of mine (you know who you are) did end up stealing the bed I had expected to sleep in and forcing the poor graduate to sleep on the couch.
Anyways, that’s my take on graduation. I hope everyone in attendance had as much fun as I did.
Love you guys!
... and commissioned new ones to commemorate each WestPac tour. The tradition of placing plaques in the O' Club bar was started during the Vietnam Conflict and endured until the closing of the base in 1992. When the original officers' club was closed in 1992, the thousands of plaques that adorned the walls of the club as tokens of thanks were packed up and sent to the Museum to be placed as they were when the Cubi Club was ...