Blind Pass Resort
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We are taking the last meal with memaw, papau, Annemarie, Sean, and Anique! We have to go to bed early so we have enough energy to complete the task of making it to our motel room tomorrow. We recently learned that we have a complication on the rental car pickup as we did not pick the right airport to acquire the car. So we will end up taking a ...
... sold for $700,000! We stopped at a place that sold liquor yesterday on Carabelle - it was the smallest liquor store I've been in. Everything available was displayed on shelves behind the counter. You selected what you wanted and the lady got it for you. We wanted a bottle of white wine and they didn't have a lot of options so we picked a moscato white wine. The area where we're staying is just a couple of miles west of Carabelle. The park is neat, clean and well ...
... very back with the seasonal and full time park models and the Internet is awful plus there is no cable! Other than that .... She was a bit nonplussed and then ask me to please visit the campground she represented.
Since Donna was flying out tonight and it was Ken's birthday we all went out for an absolutely fabulous celebratory dinner. Unfortunately I can't remember the name of the restaurant but it was ...
... then we started hoping getting showered, dressed, and packed up to leave. Leave time is 9:30 and I think we'll make it. I took a couple of pictures of the campground sign and the main building. I want to try to start doing this to help me remember where we've been. I know after a while memories will become blurred and all merge together.
Had a nice ride to Dover and for the most part easy driving. I'm glad ...
... we could beat the July 4th crowd to our next major destination. With that information we decided on a restaurant so I changed out of my swimming suit and we piled in Diana’s car to go out for a decent meal.
The restaurant of choice was the Phillippi Creek Oyster Bar. My aunt asked the waitress to seat us at a table near the water so we could have a view not often seen in Illinois. The signs posted on the dock warned viewers to ...