Here we are crossing Mobile Bay.
This was one of our long travel days. We had 119 miles to cover today. Boy I hate these long travel days. We arrived at our new campsite around 1:00. This of course called for nap time for the driver. While he napped, Libbie and I found us a Nail Salon and got a Mani-Pedi. Next I need to find someone to cut my hair. without fail, I get my hair cut every 6 weeks. It popped up yesterday that it was time for a haircut. I didn't need the reminder. Now I just need to look around and find someone with a cut similar to mine and ask them where they get their hair cut. No big deal!
Around 6:00 we headed for the Tin Top Restaurant for supper. The food was excellent but our waiter was horrible. We didn't leave until 8:00! If everyone was waiting a long time for their food, I would have just chalked it up to overflow of people. That was not the case. People with other waiters that came in way later than we did were served and leaving before we got our food. Would not return for that reason alone.
The quality of the picture is not too good, but it was dark by the time we got to the beach. This is the fishing pier at Gulf State Park. This park has 497 RV sites, yet it was full. We drove through and it is a very nice park. The sites are very wide, so you are not on top of your neighbors. It is across from the beach, but the way it is laid out you would never know it was even there. The RV park is hidden behind trees and swamp land. I would still drive to the beach. After walking in that soft sand, I'd be too tired to walk all the way back to the campground. Just because it's across the street from the gulf, it doesn't necessarily mean "it's across the street from the gulf"! If you want to stay here, book a reservation early and wear walking shoes!