Red Carpet Inn Milton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 5 of 49 (Sep 11). The drive from Gulfport to Pensacola was only 130 miles and we managed to stay ahead of most of the rain. A few showers and a lot of sprinkles, but no heavy rains like the day before to impede our progress. We are staying at the Naval Air Station's Blue Angels Recreation Area, but they practice on Tuesday & Wednesday and we'll be gone by then. The RV park faces the Perdido Bay, just a ...
... enjoying the beach scenery as we passed through Mississippi, and without realizing it, we were already in Alabama. In the meantime, there had been a couple of minor rain showers, just a little drizzle here and there to cool us off. We didn't mind, the temperature was great. Once we got closer to Mobile, the scenery was more strip mall and traffic lights, but once out of town, the scenery improved again.
... his ceviche. With 6 adults and 6 children underfoot, the Chef of the night had to have total concentration. We quickly learned that earlier supper for the children provided more quiet time to prepare the appetizers and allow the adults to have a private dinner. The video in the bunkbed area gave us lots of time to have a nice lengthy meal although the two wee ones spun off and did ...
... Also, neither of us were certain that we liked oysters, in fact both us were almost certain that we did not like them, but against our better judgment, we tried them and REALLY enjoyed them! Boy howdy did Dr. Seuss know what he was talking about when he wrote Green Eggs and Ham. It never hurts to try something new!
That night, we went out to a house party like the ones you see in movies, where there's a huge mansion decorated to the nines with sand in the back yard, full ...
... broken down into smaller pieces in his mathematical, logical way.
"How far is it? Five thousand miles? That's a lot. But if you can ride 50 miles a day for 100 days, you are there. You can do that, Stevie." What really got me to flip that "fear switch" in my head were my father's simple words: "You made a Promise to do your best, right? Keep it."
And that was that. In the next moment I was gritting my teeth with the ...