Second order of business. We left the Berry festival a day after it ended to take care of some business in a east central Florida town. When we returned to the Berry festival I couldn't believe that they had nearly torn the whole thing down in just one day. Truly amazing to be able to move over 80+ rides and the same amount of food stands. Talk about logistics.
We left the Berry festival grounds on Wednesday and we had a short drive to a quaint little coastal town that we know of. We were kind of excited to get back there because it has been over 2 years since our last visit. It is a cute little town on the gulf that says it is like what Key West used to be. Very laid back. Nothing to do but relax and drink.
|Sunny day on the gulf|
|Looking down the main street|
|Looking back the other direction|
|The town recovered nicely after the hurricane|
|Looking at the bars and stores from the peir|
|Island in the Gulf|
This little town is known for it's clams. So we just couldn't leave without some of those. So we walked over to the "Big Deck" for some clams and peel and eat shrimp. It was delicious and we washed those down with a couple of beers.
|The Big Deck|
|Love these peel and eat shrimp|
After our appetites where satisfied, we walked the town some more before a drive out to the scrub and some Sasquatch hunting.
|The scrub and Sasquatch hunting|
It was a quick trip but we have been there before for a couple of months at a time. So we move on to our next secret location. Tango and Gladys out.