Howard Johnson Express Inn (Pensacola Blvd)
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Today I received an note from a good friend that is traveling with us.
“ Larry, Joe patties is in Pensacola Florida and Top sail rv resort is in Sana Rosa beach next to Destin.We just had a Happy Hour together so I understand the typos. ”
To set the record straight he is right on all accounts.
... and went for a walk on the beach. Crowded campsites are not fun at all. The sand is like raw cane sugar. Very glassy and white, almost like snow. It squeaks under your feet, so of course I was playing in that for a while, squeaking along the beach :-) I did not go for a swim though - the water was cold! Fort Pickens was next door, so after soaking in some sun and sticking our toes in the water - we went to explore the fort. Quite eerie really, and surprisingly ...
... 1.98 per gallon. I was amazed to see fields and fields of cotton trees! That was a first. We stopped for pulled pork for lunch at a cute road side restaurant and kept going and going until Pensacola, Florida and stopped at a hotel in Golf Breeze. It was nice to see the water and palm trees again. And to feel warm ...
... got to the second level. Here there were rooms of Mr. Wentworth’s collections. They were neatly displayed with narratives that explained what we were looking at some rooms, but they were random collections. There was a room with Coca Cola memorabilia. The history of baseball in the Pensacola area.
Interesting note: The display claims major league baseball was integrated by Moses Fleetwood Walker on May 1, 1884 who played for the ...
An early start was planned. But once again a dark room kept me in bed until after 9 am. I used the bathroom and saw Erin in the yard like the previous morning. I walked outside to see her. We chatted for awhile. I really didn't know what she did for a living, except that she worked for a non profit organisation that was going bust, but she knew a lot about law. And how Louisiana has so much Napoleonic law that local lawyers can only practice ...