El Governor Motel
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... harmless. Harmless to whom, one might ask.
found lots of sand dollars which kind of got scrunched up in my pocket and Steve has a collector's collection of conch shell parts. He's going to do an art installation with them when we get home.
Took a break from lunch on the road but will return to that tomorrow - suffering from fried oyster withdrawal ...
Stateline into Florida we were hoping for a little warmer weather than we had
alternate route Highways 90 & 98 rather than the very busy Interstate 10
Highway, we found ourselves winding along the shores of the Gulf of
Mexico. More white sands and blue
waters made it a very pleasant trip.
The sand seems to get whiter and the water ...
Another glorious sunny day not a cloud in the sky. Took Cassie for her morning walk. Had a leisurely breakfast and spent the rest of the morning doing nothing. Took Cassie for a walk on the beach in the afternoon, no-one on the beach, it was glorious. Tonight is the Thirsty Goat Mayoral debate. This went very well with each candidate putting their case very well. All good fun but no clear winner, ...
... Andy and I were listening for orders from Breck who had now become our guide and we his helpers. I got the camera, the flashlights, and the tape measure. Andy got the rope and the bolt cutters with a plier like tip for removing the hook. Using a fighting harness Andy held the pole tight with great tension pulling hard against the line so the shark's mouth was fully engaged,as Breck went into the ...
My assignment at Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida brought me to the white sand beaches, white fluffy clouds, blue skies, sunshine and 80 degree weather after we were through with the high winds, heavy rains and tornado warnings the first 2 weeks. The palm trees, water and wide streets lined with many of the same mega stores and restaurants that I remember in California give way to my feelings of missing ...