Postcard from Alabama

20-22 March 2010
We left E Tallahassee, FL and headed for the KOA in Lillian, AL… the Gulf Shores facility on Perdido Bay. It’s just over the bridge from the tip of the Florida panhandle where NAS Pensacola is located. For our 37′ Montana they have only 3 large sites suitable for transient use (their “supersites”) and we were assigned one of them. Thankfully I didn’t have to attend another meeting of the Brown Knee Society… I’ve managed to remember that it’s important to keep the drain valves for the black tank (the one used by the toilet) closed after disconnecting from the sewer.

We tried a fish place down on the strand (not sure that’s what locals call it), but by the time dinner was over we’d decided we should have stayed home. The next day, however, we ate lunch at Hazel’s (our second time), also on the strand, and enjoyed an inexpensive buffet. There are probably dozens of places to eat around here but we struggled finding them. So for now, Hazel’s is the best we can suggest.

Off to Lafayette, LA.

About bruce10b

Celia and I are full-time RVers wintering (and now summering!) in southeast AZ. Our 2 Bernese Mountain Dogs, Annie & Kelly, prompted the name of this blog but sadly are gone because of kidney failure. They will live forever in our hearts.
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