Blind Pass Resort
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Woke up to a beautiful day.....sleeping so soundly.
Out of our place by 0930 to get to the local ferry to ride over to Caladesta Island State Park. As we entered the park we noticed it is lined with mangrove trees. There are three types and they function quite differently. The red mangroves are closest to the water and their roots rise above the water surface looking like a tangled mess of itchiban noodles. Bird life ...
Not a lot to report today as once again we chose to relax ahead of the next few days which are likely to be a bit "full on".
After a leisurely breakfast we took a short drive down the coast to see the Trade Winds Resort where we stayed in 1992 our first visit to Florida. Memory can play tricks, but it is much bigger than when we stayed there and the area around it seems more built up. That's progress I suppose. ...
... had chosen to have a lie in and then spend some time in the hammock which is hanging in our garden. The weather has been so good today it would be silly not to take advantage.
We had lunch when I returned from golf and we spent the afternoon on the beach. I went for a swim despite warnings that rays were in the water. Pleased to say I got away with it!
Dinner tonight was at Johns Pass about a twenty minute walk away.
... just outside of Pensacola. If we thought St. Pete's Beach was quiet, Navarre was even more subdued! Luckily, it's Super Bowl weekend, so we found our own entertainment at the bar next door to the hotel. With the likely name of "Helen Back," we figured this was the place to have a good time--and we did! They had a giant big projection tv, so we placed ourselves right in front of it to watch the Super Bowl. Wasn't that a great game? We ...
... watching her continuously drink so much dark pop. However, don’t let the water fool you it DID come with a side of Coke.
The Old Salty Dog takes its name from a ¼ lb hot dog seen on Man vs. Food. The dog is dipped in beer batter, fried and served on a large bun with any chosen toppings, typically served “all the way,” or so they often say around here. Our waitress convinced me to order it with cheddar cheese and bacon. Hot dogs ...