Travel Blogs from Apalachicola
Because of those two gentlemen, Florida became the place to come if you lived in Massachusetts, and it was a big secret until somebody blabbed and New Yawkers found out about the tropics. Then it became the land of white shoes, black socks, madras shorts, and tropical shirts, and driving slow. Also a new language: FORGET ABOUT IT and THIS IS NOT THE WAY WE DO IT UP NAWTH.
We did take a car trip over to ...
... Panama City- we can tell why Banana goes there every year for Spring Break. I slept in the back of the car for most of the drive- having a mattress in the back has been verrrry valuable.
We have also been having a great time replacing the radio with our ipods and a text based role playing game, which sounds very nerdy but we are both highly invested in it.
... here is a serene place to visit with lots of quiet beaches and many shells to observe. I would suggest renting a bike and cruising up and down the island to see it in its entirety. St George Island was a special place with an island vibe that you don't see much in northern ...
... br> Back in camp it is quiet except for an occasional sonic boom. It makes me wonder what the original indigenous people would think about what it is like here today. Lots of change, but a great attempt is made to keep this place as original as possible, under the circumstances.
The data connection is slow here, so I'll put my photos up on flickr.com again. The link is>>> http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy ...
... fun to see. Just before the bridge to Apalachicola there's a sign to the 'Sportsman's Lodge'. I had read about it before the trip so we thought we'd have a look. Well, talk about 'old' Florida! This place was like a cross between Wildwood Lodge and Cliffside Resort. We LOVED it. Very cheap, right on the water (people fishing from the bank), Shingles on the steps up to our 2nd floor room (so you don;t slip), carpets on the pathways (keeps the weeds ...
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