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... it was lunch time at the Museums Cubi Bar Cafe. The Cafe’s decor and layout duplicates the bar area of the famous Cubi Point Officers’ Club in the Phillipines. We were there until 1:15pm and could have stayed longer.
Our next stop was at Joe Patt's Seafood. Joe Patti's has been located on Pensacola Bay for over 75 years. He would only sell the highest quality of fish at a fair price. Each of his sons were captains of their ...
I had some great pictures of our day with Steve & Barbara, but they accidentally got deleted.
... of nurses at the hospital. Sheri was really uncomfortable and just a bit cranky - rightfully so! I stayed until 9 and then headed back to the campground.
Next morning, she was a lot better. I am glad that the nurses got to ride the night through with her. I was of no use at all, but they knew exactly what was going on and what needed to be done. Spent the day and evening with her, again heading back at ...
... strongholds, the lion population has plummeted by two thirds since 1960. Today, there are fewer than 32,000 lions left in all of Africa.
No single initiative will save African wildlife. Poaching is the most senseless threat but it will continue as long as animal byproducts are coveted by ignorant humans. Trophy hunting is equally pointless but it too will continue until enlightened African nations that outlaw the practice are able to enforce ...
... some of the most beautiful white sand and emerald water beaches in the world. On this visit, though, we stayed in the downtown area and focused on places within walking distance. Pensacola is an easy town to walk and I strongly recommend that you do just that. There are so many little details that you only notice when you are out exploring on foot.
After a lazy start the next day the 4 of us, Cindy x3 (yep, there were 3 of us!) and Emily headed out to ...