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Stateline into Florida we were hoping for a little warmer weather than we had
alternate route Highways 90 & 98 rather than the very busy Interstate 10
Highway, we found ourselves winding along the shores of the Gulf of
Mexico. More white sands and blue
waters made it a very pleasant trip.
The sand seems to get whiter and the water ...
... another state park in a more densely populated area. Glad we chose this one as it has been restful. The first 3 days we had sunny albeit cold weather. As the cold front began to recede north, it has warmed up into shirtsleeve weather and, in fact, as the storm front built up last night from the south, the temp was 67 this morning when we woke up. Walking outside felt balmy and wet as it rained all night and will rain most of ...
Our penultimate day on the road saw us make our way to Panama City for a stop over at a beach resort. Situated on the Gulf of Mexico the resort boasts white sand and warm water, with a generous pool and splash park it is a great place for a family vacation.We were greeted by a tropical storm which saw the pool closed due to the numerous lighting bolts lighting up the sky.Our plan ...
... I'd lapped up enough sun I went back to camp and hung around the pool for a while, basically dozed on and off. It was absolutely perfect. Before supper we walked back to the beach to watch the sunset and were definitely not disappointed. The oranges and pinks were ere vibrant and gorgeous. So there were lots of pictures taken and fun to be had and of course sand thrown everywhere. At supper there was lots of comparisons about who's sunburn was the worst but very ...
... and marshmallows. He got a few of them to jump but it wasn't anything super spectacular. The swamp was absolutely stunning in parts, when we pulled off the main river into the little streams it was like another world entirely. Basically had entered Narnia. On the way out we saw a big alligator possibly between 8 and 10 feet. This one jumped pretty high and it was very impressive compared to the others. Once the tour finished up we ate lunch in the car park there ...