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... panhandle - heads-on!
On our way out of town, we stop to fuel up the truck and find a local seafood hut nearby. They steam us up a pound and a half of heads-on local shrimp for the amazing price of $4/pound. These were ravenously consumed back at the RV later that evening. These super-fresh gulf shrimp are deliciously sweet and tender.
Our second day trip was to Bald Point State Park. This area is 4,800 acres of coastal ...
... really! (The new motorhome this year took
care of that!)
Do we have any plans to stop moving around as much as we do? Nope - not unless
something changes that forces us to change our m.o.
You'll just have to check out our 2015 blog, which will be started shortly, and
can be found right here!
Left Interstate 10 for the smaller roads nearer to the coast. Looking for a campground near Apalachiola area in Carrabelle. Paved roads, big sites, super nice people. Getting dark earlier now..maybe we'll take some time in the morning to find the state park before we drive on. Very quiet campground...nice - ...
... size of the city, we were pretty sure we had seen most of what it had to offer and so we were ready to move on.
By this time, we had gained another member for our little flotilla, a couple who had just traded in their sailboat for a motor yacht they purchased in Guntersville. As folks might recall, the Captain and First Mate stayed in Guntersville a few weeks back, getting some work done on Calliope. Evidently, these folks were just a few days behind ...
... I assume works there decided it was too warm on the patio so she cut the heater) so Kaitlyn and I enjoyed a pitcher of Yuengling and then trudged through the rain back to the site where we devoured a dinner of open faced white bread pizzas and I cracked my bomber of Dank Tank Some Strange Double Black IPA. The pizzas were better than they sound and the SweetWater beer was good but disappointing, it was more of a black lager than IPA, very little ...