Travelodge Pensacola Beach
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The movers came first thing in the morning to pack up the boxes. They packed them into wooden crates because our stuff is being shipped to Alaska on a boat (which I find fascinating). They made quick time of it and were gone by 11. We packed up the car, cleaned the apartment and turned in our apartment keys. The Xterra was loaded down we had to bring so much with us. But GOODBYE VALDOSTA!! ...
... had worked on the campus), and we found that he knew the Cranes (my little sister's in-laws) very well. It is a small world, indeed.
We had to get an early start the next morning, we had a very long drive to East Texas, but Travis wanted to make sure we tried some delicious sticky buns before we left. They were, in fact, very delicious, and we got to see Navarre beach, also not dog friendly. The beach towns have not been good to Lola on this trip so far.
... on some very small waves, Ryan put on his fins and was motoring around, so much so I was nervous he was getting too far away. We build sand castles, Megan made sand angels (her idea and it was hilarious!). We had a few scares too, Russ stepped on a sting ray and thankfully only got a small shock with no lasting effects. When we were taking down our canopy Ryan wandered off and ...
Well, this day came a little too soon...three weeks was a long time, but it definitely went by quickly. Madrid's airport is huge...and I mean much bigger than you can imagine. After checking in, we headed to our gate and the sign at the airport train said it was 22 minutes away...WHAT?!?!? After finally arriving at our gate and boarding the plane, we settled in for some ...
... it today, and, apparently, it is the only one of 42 forts built to protect the coast from invaders of which nothing remains. Fort McHenry in Baltimore is one of those 42. If you are interested in this topic, there is an interesting article here. Seeing several of these forts really gives you a good idea of how much money and effort went into trying to defend the young United States in the wake of ...