31 May 2009 Pensacola, FL to Andalusia, AL 140 miles
I've included the pictures from Pensacola that I wrote about yesterday now that I'm powered back up. Pictures Left to Right: Dauphin Island; Henry finally gets to Florida; Fort Pickins Campground--notice the trees, this is the devastation still visible from Katrina in 2005; White Sands of the beach; Peggy as a Blue Angel. We spent the morning at the Museum of Naval Aviation on NAS Pensacola. With his love of anything to do with airplanes, as well as being a military history fanatic, Dave was going absolutely ga-ga over the displays of planes. This is a must do if you ever make it to Pensacola--and it is free!
We had a quiet and uneventful drive this afternoon and once we hit Andalusia, AL, decided to get a hotel room so we could charge everything that needs charging since the campground at Fort Pickens did not have any electric power--besides, it is the first of the month and I have bills to pay and banking to do before we can continue on our travels.
For those of you following our trip, thank you for your kind comments. To BT Marshall, we should hit New England sometime in mid-to-late July--we think--but our route and timetable is not set in stone.
Tomorrow we will continue our journey toward Andersonville, GA, and then onto Maysville, GA.