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By Navarre Beach

Saturday, March 22nd, 2008

Derelict by the bridge


Sand Castles  in the sand



Saturday, March 15th, 2008

A long day. Took John and Nancy and their daughter Barbara down 30A to Seaside. Wandered and then had lunch at Bud and Allys. Then drove through Watercolor and got back around 4 PM. Left at 5 PM for Friday Fest, a once a month downtown Panama City Festival (old cars, food, vendors and music). Went to St Andrews for dinner at Captain’s Table and then to the Granite Cafe for Green Beer except I opted for regular and Betty had wine. Got home at 10 PM.



The Gulf of Mexico was rough


Last of the Beach for now

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

Do not know what this is or was. It was hard rubber, a cylinder, hollow, heavy and big with barnacles on the inside and outside.


Someone before us had made these sand chairs and couches. Complete with cup holdersimg_2128.JPG

More Beach

Friday, January 11th, 2008

Old washed up horseshoe crab shell


Base Helicopter overhead


Sand Dollar. Not as many as years past. At least so far.


The Beach

Thursday, January 10th, 2008

Boardwalk The Tyndall NCO Beach is miles and miles of great big wide beach with nothing on it except sand, shells and other stuff that washes up. It is called the NCO beach because the entrance to it is a half mile boardwalk that starts near what was once the NCO club. Above is the boardwalk.


Above is the beach looking East to South East. We walked about an hour in this direction and then back.