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... took pictures and I talked to a family of bike riders that took pity on our poor hot and tired puppy dog. They offered to share one of their water bottles with her. She survived and so did we, although I don't think any of us would say Lefty was worth it.
The weather is consistently beautiful so we go to the beach or for walks in the afternoons. We visit the Bon Secour Wildlife Refuge, minus Lily, for a walk ...
... on the other. The island is not more that a couple hundred yards wide in places. The fort is part of the National Park System so there is no development on this part of the barrier island. It’s really pretty deserted right now.
Interesting note: The white sand is ground quartz that has was down the rivers over millennia from the Appalachian Mountains. Who knew water and time could make such beautiful sand from mountain rocks? ...
... but the Saturday afternoon life is boring. We also planned to go into the Christ Church Cathedral, but back-to-back weddings were schedules for the entire afternoon so no tours, not even a peak in the door.
We enjoyed our day, but it just wasn’t as expected. Oh, well. It didn’t rain today, the skies were blue, and the sun was shining. ...
... bowling, we went into the bar at the bowling alley. They were doing karaoke in there so we went in there and sang along. What a great night. It was a big change from where we stayed with Mesa. There was only 2 restaurants around the hotel Mesa stayed at so unless you got a cab to go somewhere, you were stuck there with nothing to do. ...
... D-Day at Normandy". We chose to see "The Magic of Flight" as it was made specifically for this theater and featured the Blue Angels. Can't wait to see them next time they perform in San Francisco. We were so glad we saw it. Thank you Debbie and Rusty for the heads up.
Our next stop was Navy Point. It is a residential area, just off the Navy base that was used during WWII and the Korean War to house military families. It is still there, ...