The Inn At New World Landing
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... Armadillo! Very exciting.
Afterward we packed up our stuff and relaxed on the beach, It was a little chill but great to sit and relax. We were having a nice SD brew when the heavens opened and it started pouring with rain! Fortunately there was cover just steps away.
After it cleared up we went back to the beach and relaxed until we ran ...
After a grueling five days of driving, it was time to find a nice campground and hang out for a few days. My plan was to stay at the state park on the beach near Destin. But the polar vortex spoiled things, so I found an RV park near Pensacola instead. The temperatures were in the 30's at night, and although it was only in the 50's during the day, at least it was sunny! I enjoyed a walk on the beautiful beach and a couple fantastic sunsets over the ...
... The suggestions were no better than the road we were on but we did decided to take their short .75 of a mile cut off instead of riding 2 miles around a point. The first half of the "cut off" was great paved road no cars.... The second half that google suggested was a power line trail leading into what I thought looked exactly like a jungle and I was positive was full of poisonous snake, dead bodies, and who knows what else. After ...
... oyster bar, shroom chocolate party favors (neither of us knew about these till after we left), and everyone in costume. However, in the movies everyone looks like they are having the time of their life. It wasn't not fun, but maybe just not our scene... I think there just wasn't enough dancing. Unlike the rest of the city that night, we ended up going to bed at a reasonable hour.
The next morning, we met up with Aubry and Thomas. We were all moving slow and curled up under ...
... toward the beaches was really bad--we made it over the first one, but, at the advice of one of the rangers, decided to forego the second. We went back up into Pensacola to the Fort Barrancas, which is on the current active naval station. Fort Barrancas was first built by the Spanish in the 16th century. It changed hands a number of times between the Spanish, French, and British, until the ...