Apalachicola River Inn
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... level, he then drilled through the four-foot thick concrete walls at the base, inserting fiberglass reinforcing bars. A corrugated ring was placed around the base, and filled with concrete, forming an island around the base. In 2002, the Cape St. George Lighthouse Society was dissolved and the lighthouse was deemed restored. But storms and erosion once again surrounded the Cape St. George Lighthouse with the Gulf of Mexico's swirling ...
... well metalled, broad and generally straight! The first impressions of the word for the tour "BIG". Took a small wrong turn and ended up detouring through our first "small town America", Newberry with everything centred around a crossroads in the centre of town - super quaint and just like the movies. Also our first taste of good 'ol USA friendliness as we were stopped pondering over iPhone map a ...
... of the houses to be seen are run down and littered with trash while many of the businesses have have closed down.
The waterfront, on the other hand is beautiful. The Carrabelle River has several marinas, docks and water front condos. Some marinas seem to be doing better than others but they are all beautiful. A few of them cater to the fishing trawlers and local fishermen while others focus on luxury vessels and recreational travelers. Almost everyone in ...
... He was friendly, but didn't seem to appreciate my brand of humor. He's from Michigan, but I don't know if that has anything to do with it. ;o) He said he's been in Florida all winter and that the fishing here is amazing.
With the heavier surf, there was a whole new batch of shells to be seen. Lynn, as always, was looking for a lost diamond ring. It happens whenever we walk, be it at Georgetown Lake or Timbuktu... or is it ...
On Saturday, we got to Grayton Beach CG fairly early, since it was only some sixty miles from our last spot. We had every intention of taking a hike along the dunes, but were overcome with a surprised tiredness. We did take a short walk through the park and saw lots of different types of rigs, from small pop-up trailers to the very large forty-five foot homes. I'm happy with the size of Shorty, but wouldn't mind a slide-out to widen ...