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... of years back, but really? It feels like every other major city... Trashy. I don't know if it's a lack of education, where-with-all, or intestinal fortitude, but that place needs some people to kick in and work. I get that things cost money, but picking your $&@? up is free; so do it. We landed in Mobile Alabama, and it is awesome. Cooler than the last two states at the same time of night, and loaded with trees. It is beautiful. I wish we were staying longer. ...
... 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 ...
... what we could have ever imagined! We saw and experienced so many new things and learned so much about the different cultures, food, languages and of course, how to improve our planning for our next trip!!! The girls are already talking about that next trip...which will be quite a while away! For now, we have a ton of pictures and memories to go through...until next time ...
... a big tip. If you are ever going to take the Mobile Bay ferry, I can recommend the meatball sandwich without hesitation.
From Fort Gaines, we drove to Gulfport, from which we will catch a ferry tomorrow to Ship Island and the last fort of the trip: Fort Massachusetts. This is the last bit of the National Seashore that we have to visit.
A great example of how history gets made and passed along in fictional form, rather ...
... very interesting fort. I think that Fort Pickens is very interesting because it was a fort that belonged to the Union soldiers, and the Fort was "right next door" to the Confederate Soldiers Fort. At the fort we learned about the cannons. The biggest cannon bullets were 1,025 pounds each! I think that that will be the most stunning fact related to the union ...
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