Lots are relaxing and checking out the area, beautiful area lots of shoreline, most of the shoreline is populated with hotels, condos and apartments. beaches are white sands and nice.
The Golf Shores pier and one of the longest in the gulf and is a favorite for fishing. Don't remember the exact name of the fish....tiger....something.
It is also a great place to get some sunset photos.
Gulf Shores is also home to a lot of various species of birds. Here are a few of them.
One day we took a short boat ride to see some dolphins, we got to see a few of them, but unfortunately didn't get any pictures as they move faster then I do...... but we did get to see a driftwood Christmas tree...
This was the home of Farrah Faucet for the last three years she was alive.
This home was the most expensive in the Shores but I don't remember how much.....more than I can count.
One day we took a drive into the Florida side of the gulf, Pensacola. Drove by the Naval base that the Blue Angels call home.
We didn't go on base but we did see the Angels flying over the campground once in awhile.
The coast line is about the same as Alabama.
Another day we took a drive into Mobile to visit the USS Alabama battleship and park. We didn't go on board but enjoyed checking out the park.
On the way home we stopped and checked out Fort Morgan. Fort Morgan History
We really enjoyed our stay in the area. I think my only disappointment was the lack of fresh seafood. I expected to find it all over....but was not the case. I guess it is cheaper for food places to order it frozen.....to bad.....
We are now in New Orleans slowly heading west to Quartzsite and Tucson.
Here are more random pictures of our visit to Gulf Shores.
Hope you enjoy. Still Livin the Dream..............