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POINTS WEST–The Last Day Ft. Walton Beach to Gainesville

by on Jun.28, 2012, under POINTS WEST--Two Old Farts and A Dog!

We were eager to get home and see just how high the lawn had grown during our trip, so we didn’t stop to take any photos along the way.  And since I’d been out on this stretch of coastline recently, I really didn’t need any.  We did notice a few changes along US98–Miss Brenda’s Restaurant in Carrabelle had closed, and the Donut Hole in Destin was as always, crowded.  In fact, I didn’t want to stand in line for what I consider to be the best donut on the Emerald Coast of Florida!

After talking with my friend Pam Portwood, at the Wakulla County Visitors’ Bureau, we decided to take US98 all the way to Perry.  Tropical Storm Debby had impacted her county, and we expected few delays.  Actually, the worst (and slowest) part of the trip was the trudge through Panama City.  It took a full hour–and we were not on the beach road, but on the main highway.  It’s busy there!

Surprisingly, we saw very little water on the roadway until we reached Panacea.  There, it was just a few inches over the road, but we were able to look into several driveways and subdivision entrances where the water looked to be several feet high.  The creeks and rivers were full, especially the creek near Posey’s Up The Creek Restaurant in Panacea.   As we headed east and then south on US19, we did see high water in the St. Marks, Wakulla, Aucilla, Steinhatchee and Suwannee Rivers, but never so high enough to cause alarm.  I suspected it was worse upstream on those rivers, where the land is lower.  We did see one new sinkhole west of Gainesville, in Tioga, but it was well off SR26.

Kirby was glad to be home after the long trip, and Mary found her lawn mowed and in good shape.  I found the office in good shape, thanks to my summer intern, Meaghan, with just about a half day of catching up in order to get back to speed.

A great trip ended.  No hitches or hassles.  The car ran well for the 4800 miles.  Great food and fun and seeing Maggie, our friends in Aspen and our cousins in Santa Fe!  We’re already planning the next trip–POINTS NORTH.

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Points West, Day Seventeen, Baton Rouge to Ft. Walton Beach

by on Jun.26, 2012, under POINTS WEST--Two Old Farts and A Dog!

Points West

Day Seventeen, Baton Rouge, LA to Ft. Walton Beach, FL

Snow Balls all over the south--but not in Gainesville!

What with the rage for snow balls?   I’ll bet that we saw a hundred snow ball (sno ball, snoball, snowball) stands on our trip from Baton Rouge to Ft. Walton Beach.  And why is it that every tiny town has one…and there’s not one in Gainesville?  A brain freeze can be a good thing.

Today’s drive took longer than we expected, mainly because we did our very best to stay off the Interstates.  But that allowed us to see the docks in Pascagoula and the shrimp fleet at Pass Christian.  And a special treat–the U.S.S. Alabama, docked just outside Mobile.

Busy shrimp docks at Pass Christian, MS

The U.S.S. Alabama in Mobile

All along the trip, we weaved inland from the beaches, but never very far.  The beaches in Mississippi and Alabama were clean and neat, but there were signs of life.  Those in Florida, especially at Navarre Beach, were undisturbed by humans.

Mississippi's Gulf Beaches are lonesome on Tuesdays.

We stopped several times to check up on some places that had changed since I wrote “The Saltwater Angler’s Guide to Florida’s Big Bend and Emerald Coast” in 2009.  One major change is the new (it opened in 2010) fishing pier at Navarre Beach.  It replaces one destroyed in the storms of 2004 and 2005.

Don't get caught not paying at the Navarre Beach Fishing Pier!

We ended the day with a walk in downtown Ft. Walton Beach.  A doll in a window reminded us how glad we were to be back in Florida, where “wierdness” usually prevails.

What would Florida be without native son Pee Wee Herman (Paul Rubens from Sarasota)

Tomorrow, it’s home to Gainesville–if we can skirt Tropical Storm Debby on our route.

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