MacDaddy's. Inside we found a cozy bar displaying multiple beer taps, and I figured this was going to work just fine. It worked so well, that we returned the 2nd night and enjoyed another delicious meal.
We intended to stop somewhere along the coast in Alabama since we had heard of the wonderful beaches there. Unfortunately, again this year, we are traveling during Mardi Gras season, there were no available sites along the coast unless you were willing to pay over $100/night! Yipes! So Debbie got busy hunting an overnight stop near Mobile, and we stumbled onto a couple of jewels that I want to mention.
Our first stop was All About Relaxing RV Park, in Theodore, AL. It was an easy drive south from I-10 into the park, and we found our site and every site surrounded by blooming flowers and decorated for Mardi Gras.
The following day we meandered around Mobile Bay and enjoyed visiting Dauphin Island and the Gulf Shores. We found many beautiful parks around the bay, and many boasted some magnificent views of the coastline.
The ladies at the front desk were more than helpful, and asked Debbie whether she preferred to see the sunrise or the sunset. And the site we were assigned afforded us the opportunity to enjoy both.
We slowed our pace a little and enjoyed 2 nights at Twin Lakes, and I was able to get a little fishing in from the boat launch. I had another successful day at fishing, as the fish did not bother me! Thankfully we're not dependent on my fishing for food!
Now we are settled in at Sun-N-Fun in Sarasota where we will enjoy all the offerings Sarasota has to offer for the next month. We definitely looking forward to catching up with some old friends and making some new ones. We're going to get over and check out the game if disc golf which looks pretty interesting, and getting into those bogo's over at the pool. Plus we'll be spending a little time out on the gulf enjoying the weather and taking in a little fishing. It should be an interesting month.