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Our visit Florida/ Alabama 2007
 

                      


Guntersville Lake, 69,000 acres of water the largest in Alabama

baby geese are swimming

    Scottsboro a small community, but a tourist area as this is the home of the Unclaimed Baggage Store, a shopping experience like no other, all of the merchandise is from airlines and freight lines that are unclaimed. Critter Care where we took Brigg for an exam in Scottsboro  

Fairhope just off of the scenic hwy of 98, it is an old artist and author community, with lots of wonderful walking and shopping. .
 

  As soon as I saw the Christmas village I just had to go in.  Didn't buy anything , if I had known where I could have put some things I would have 

  down from the town, is the old Fairhope Pier, you drive in and there is this fountain and the gulf, around the fountain were all types of rose bushes in full bloom and the aroma was wonderful. 

   

   

 

  Here are just a sample of the roses

 

if you look closely you will see a lizard resting on top of this sign

The gulf is a bird sanctuary and right out in the water are birdhouses. What a site.

   

 

We took a drive along Alt 98 and ended up at this  The park is in Mobile on the gulf, as we were traveling we went through Fairhope which is a beautiful old town with lush landscaping and million dollar homes. We plan on walking the area on Thursday.
 
 

 Homes along the gulf with there own boat houses, again Mike wants his boat

 

 

 

   

 

This picture shows you the inland straight the above pictures show the gulf You can walk across the road and be on the inland or the Gulf of Mexico.  Once we hit this National Seashore we were in Florida
 

Welcome to Florida

 

Home of the Blue Angels

 

  Went to Florida today and stopped at the welcome center to find out where the Pensacola Navel Museum was located ended up going there and to the Pensacola Lighthouse
It is the only Brick lighthouse still operating in the USA

lighthouse overlooking the gulf

  We then went to Fort Barrancas which is on the Pensacola Navel Base and is now a state park, it is said that the first gun shot was the start of the civil war was from this fort
   
Entrance to inside the fort across draw bridge
 
Gunnery Overlooking the gulf