Country Hearth Inn Gulf Shores
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... up some beer, headed to a beach - the first beach (what was this beach called Workman?) and Pensacola beach - and had fun playing bat and ball, horse shoes, swimming, and paddle boarding. We also met up with their friends and Heather's family during the stay which was really good - everybody seemed very relaxed and friendly. It was lucky for us that Workman and Heather were between jobs so everyday was the ...
... Larry of me, trying to make a "selfie" with the statue. There are lots of really great statues here - the next one reminded me of Chuck, although I don't know whether he ever wore a sailor hat, or if he was always an officer. (It's the thought that counts, right?)
Now we go inside. Larry just loves this big seaplane. There is a view from the upper floor of the museum, and then a truly original photo of me. Graceful? 'Bout as much as ...
... I happily complied.
The next photo is of me with an artillery shell from the USS Alabama. My caption needs a bit of explanation, though. I DO own a WWII practice shell that's about 20" tall. I call it my "bullet," and bought it at a yard sale some years ago. So . . . this bullet is bigger than mine.
Larry has been craving some vegetables, so we went to Kitty's Kafe for lunch. Great place! Larry bought me a T-Shirt that says ...
... and there, Larry saw another surprise: A Plantation Frog. Well, probably that isn't the scientific name for this critter, but he doesn't look much like any frogs we've seen at home. See photo of frog.
Larry & Josh were planning a fishing trip today, at the Intracoastal Canal. When I was a child, this canal was where Daddy and Mina loved to fish. One never knew what kind of critter would bite the hook. ...
... to services and for meals. I'm not complaining, at least we had some sort of transportation, but it took me back to a time when my husband, Daniel, and I were dating. No privacy, chaperones wherever you went. Here we are, husband and wife with a daughter, and our parents are tagging along.
Overall, I am comfortable stating that I enjoyed our Feast. Not only did we get to visit a brand new site in Orange Beach, it was soothing and beautiful. I'm thankful for ...