Hampton Inn Fairhope
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... gloves, and uniforms of former baseball greats and the other memorabilia they have left behind. Henry Aaron is still alive today and remains active in civic affairs. His boyhood home serves as his museum, and was moved 7 miles from its original site so that it could be located at the AA Baseball Park which is home to the Mobile Bay Bears. The stadium bears the name of Henry Aaron. He is in a class by himself when it comes ...
... Now you two are BUSTED. Everyone knows you're holding out on us. Hmmm . . .
And then we went to Hooter's! Larry said he wanted a beer, and he did indeed have a beer. The pix we got of Josh at Hooter's with his new friends are priceless. See pix of Josh and Friends. Nice, pretty friends. Yes.
When we got back to the condo, I found pix of our precious Maui. Ali had been out to pet him and love him and feed him, and all the ...
... that the dragonfly wasn't about to let me get HIS butterfly! Never thought much about what dragonflies eat. Now we know at least ONE item on their diets.
We went back to the other side of the swamp, and got a couple of good pix of George. We won't tell him, but I think Carl is a much handsomer bird!
The two intrepid fishermen went down to the beach and tried surf fishing. I stayed a little while and ...
... 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 ...
... One other interesting tidbit from the Fort Morgan museum: there was a display of menus from holidays at the fort, when they tried to built the soldiers' morale. On the July 4 menu for 1912, the beverages on offer were: lemonade, iced tea, and Budweiser. Who knew?
Also: If you are looking for good pizza in Gulfport, I highly recommend Tony's Brick-Oven Pizzaria. Good service, good pizza, and good prices. My detailed Yelp review here.