Trade Winds Motel
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Safe to say that I was in a bad way after our night out in New Orleans! Far too much alcohol was consumed and we met two new friends! After New Orleans we drove to Mobile and on the way stopped at Biloxi, a lovely seaside town. We went on a really cool and interesting shrimp boat trip in the bay. We then took a tour around the house of the president of the confederacy during the civil war. We then left Biloxi and went to Bellingrath Gardens and house. This was owned by ...
... Kristen to the Clearwater airport on Thursday--so he was sweating all of this for more than one reason!) With rental keys in Matthew's hand, we left for Tampa at 2;00, only slightly later than our original plans!
In Tampa we didn't have much trouble registering at our park-and-fly hotel, the Rocky Point Holiday Inn Express---except---we needed a 4:00 a.m. shuttle from the hotel to Tampa ...
... Pacific Northwest. Oddly enough,
the weather is supposed to be much cooler and drier from here up to
Missouri. Go figure – in the 50’s in the
upper Midwest and us without a lot of warmer clothes.
We are undertaking this trip totally blind with no
plan. We will just get up, take out the
map, close our eyes and point to a place.
And “NO” we will not go there but I just thought it would be fun to pretend. We are ...
... well with Homer navigating me, trouble is she is starting to sound like Homer now!! The hotel is on the Beach by Pier 60. We checked in and had some beach time. I still can't get over how warm the sea is. Mike and I had some beach bar drinkies, then we all changed and had a lovely meal in the restaurant overlooking the sea. Timing it just right we walked to the end of the pier and caught ...
... going cruising again! The day, already filled with anticipation and excitement suddenly became much busier. We had important things to so such as reviewing charts, routes and waypoints and coordinating plans with our traveling companions. It also meant fueling, pumping and dumping. And last but not least, it meant battening down the hatches and securing all objects that might move, shift or fall. Our passage across Pensacola Bay had shown us that some work was needed in ...