Motel 6 Pensacola North
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Travel Blogs from Pensacola
... any seafood. We bought shrimp and large sea scallops.
A tour guide met our bus at Joe Patti's and at 2:30 we started a 3 hour City tour. We rode through downtown, the historic district and out to the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We returned to the RV Park at 5:00pm. It was a long day. Tomorrow morning we hook up and head to our next stop.....Tallahassee. We have a tour of Florida Historic Capital tomorrow afternoon.
I had some great pictures of our day with Steve & Barbara, but they accidentally got deleted.
... where Ray's mom and dad are buried. It is an old family cemetery dating back to 1870 and many of the Hoyt family are buried here. Ray's mom loved azaleas and when she died his dad planted a small azalea bush on her plot. Of course it doesn't stay small. So every couple years when we come through Pensacola we stop and trim the bush.
Back to the RV Park and Happy Hour. Four more couples arrived while we were gone today. ...
... made for a gorgeous day. Heading to Leon's brother Steve's home for dinner, along with his guitar of course. Barbara prepared us a very nice dinner and a delicious Rhubarb Strawberry Pie. So great to get to see them. Steve has had MS for 40 years. He's always had such a positive outlook ...
... of March (her scheduled appointment), we got a quick appointment and they said everything was right on target.
Tuesday night we joined in on a Mardi Gras pot luck at the campground. It was a lot of fun with more yummy food. They are always doing something really fun around here and the people are all great. It has been raining and way too cold, but I should not say that in front of my Illinois, Northeast ...