Wind Chase Inn
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What a day. Just awesome!! Rained a little in the morning but we rolled with some indoor games and such. In the afternoon the weather broke and we hit the beach for a bit and stopped for some ice cream! The evening was filled with a great time of worship and Bible study! God is so good to bring ...
... a comfort break outside of Marianna an hour out from Tallahassee. We put a dollar bill into the coke machine and it ate it. Andrew needed up putting another one in and got me one. Chanda said as I got off the coach"are you right Dear" I said old people and slapped her, she laughed. I'm tired from being woken from my sleep. Back on at 4.00 pm and off we go for the final push. We arrived at Tallahassee and lost an hour so instead of being 5.04 pm it's now 6.04 pm. The going ...
We stayed Sunday at the Holiday Inn on Orange Beach, AL. What a beautiful beach! We walked the beach that evening and arose early the next morning to see the sunrise. While we were walking we noticed other people taking pictures. As we observed what they were watching, it was 2 dolphins skimming along the beach area as they were feeding. They never got very close but it was amazing just watching them approach the surface of the ocean.
We asked around for idea's of places we could go with the pooches. We got a unanimous - Pirates Cove!
Okay, that is where we shall go then.
But first...a stroll around the beach here at the KOA.
PC is a small cove with an old bar/"restaurant" on it. We were told we would get the best greasy burger we've ever had there. Challenge accepted!
The burgers are pretty good! (So was the drink)
... offered several variations of what happened: One attributes the 'damn the torpedos' line to the captain of the Tecumsah, which of course, sank. Irony! Another suggests that when Farragut ordered the ship ahead full speed, his crewman asked whether he should ring four bells (the signal to proceed), and Farragut replied "Four bells, eight bells, sixteen bells, I don't give a damn how many bells, just ring them!" No one, in fact, knows, but the ...