Econo Lodge Inn And Suites Pensacola
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... up timidly "uhhhhhh, excuse me, we were wondering if you could camp in your yard tonight? We were going to stay just down the road at the sanctuary, but the woman who owns it is on holiday." The woman who we soon find out is Sheila says "oh sure you can stay here" We thank her profusely and walk up the drive way. That night Greg her husband hooks up their RV camper and let's us sleep on a bed! How awesome. We also find out that Greg is a Shrader ...
... also heard about Hurricane Katrina and how Thomas had to float on a mattress tied to the live oak tree out back of the house to stay alive while their home collapsed in the storm. Pretty incredible, the force of nature and the resiliency of people! We had a great time around the fire, sharing stories and laughs, before heading back to the cowboy room (a room attached to the garage decorated in cowboy theme where we got to sleep).
The next morning, we ate breakfast and laughed ...
... broken down into smaller pieces in his mathematical, logical way.
"How far is it? Five thousand miles? That's a lot. But if you can ride 50 miles a day for 100 days, you are there. You can do that, Stevie." What really got me to flip that "fear switch" in my head were my father's simple words: "You made a Promise to do your best, right? Keep it."
And that was that. In the next moment I was gritting my teeth with the ...
... I had been told by an American friend of mine that this part of Florida was 'white-trash', but I have to admit, we don't always share the same opinions.
We had been upgraded to first class on the flight from Charlotte, North Carolina to Pensacola and were well into the holiday spirit. Workman met us at the airport and it was great to see her again, she was as fun as ever. It was hot and sunny and ...
... and quite interesting offerings. We started with "Soul Rolls," which were eggrolls stuffed with chicken and collard greens, fried in the wrappers, and served with Peach Chutney, Wasabi Creme, and Brown Sugar Pecan Creole Mustard. These were outstanding. After that, I had fish enchiladas. They change the fish every day depending on what is fresh, and today it was Mahi-Mahi. That's roasted in the ...