Motel 6 Pensacola West
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... is the south, it just a shower. By the time we came out, it had stop raining. Humid as hell, but no rain. That I don't miss. The Gulf Coast towns was having a huge Classic Car Show & Auction. From Long Beach to Biloxi, the highway was lined with spectators and classic cars. Traffic was crawling at a 5 mph, hence why we stop at Treasurer Island Casino. Erik has never gambled, so what better thing to do but show ...
What a day. Just awesome!! Rained a little in the morning but we rolled with some indoor games and such. In the afternoon the weather broke and we hit the beach for a bit and stopped for some ice cream! The evening was filled with a great time of worship and Bible study! God is so good to bring ...
... at a restaurant along the main highway in Gulf Shores. I had shrimp with a side order of fried green tomatoes and enjoyed it very much.
The next day we transferred to another Holiday Inn Hotel in Foley, AL. By staying in 2 different Holiday Inn's we were able to accumulate 12,000 points. Applebee's had a hamburger plate special that we took advantage of. There wasn't much to do in Foley. We arose early to head back to Lufkin for the week. ...
We asked around for idea's of places we could go with the pooches. We got a unanimous - Pirates Cove!
Okay, that is where we shall go then.
But first...a stroll around the beach here at the KOA.
PC is a small cove with an old bar/"restaurant" on it. We were told we would get the best greasy burger we've ever had there. Challenge accepted!
The burgers are pretty good! (So was the drink)
... was a very nice fireworks show after the game, so that made up for some of the boredom of the relief pitchers too scared to throw the ball!
Tomorrow, we'll go back down to "the beach," as the locals call it. This is Pensacola Beach, a town on the outer-bank island of Santa Rosa. The western end of the island is part of the National Seashore: the Fort Pickens unit is there.