Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Florida

So the parentals made it out to Florida, it was real good to see them. The weather was nice for their stay, minimal humidity and clear skies, not ho, not cold. We were able to go to a nice place on the docks for dinner and eat some fresh fish, mom even had a chicken freshly caught in the bay that day. Afterwards, we checked out the extravagant fishing boats on the little pier we were by.

The next morning after a quick tour of the base and being able to show them the planes I work, we went to the Marina on base and got a couple kayaks. We paddled out to a lil island in the sound, explored that, then headed back. Their kayaking skills were amazing! After, I took them to the tank graveyard. Dad seemed to really enjoy that as well as mom. I don't have tose pics so hopefully they will write a blog and share some. Then a lil walk around a lake in the area I Mtn bike, a nice peaceful place.

The next day we drove to Pensacola, went to a lil art sale in the park, checked out Pcola Beach, lunch on the water in Navarre, then they headed back to Georgia.

It was a good weekend, glad you guys could make it...if anyone else wants to visit, you know you're more than welcome.

7 comments:

Abominable's Main Squeeze said...

We had a great time and it was so good to see you! Thanks for a fun trip!

Amy said...

It looks and sounds like a fun trip for all - I'm jealous that you all got to go kayaking. I've got to do that sometime...

Abominable's Main Squeeze said...

By the way, did you notice that you caught dad and I in sync in that first picture (one of the few times). Made it look like we knew what we were doing!

Kelsey said...

I want to come visit you!!!!

Al-Heshima said...

Thats why I put that one pic in, at least to let people THINK your competency was above average:)

Facelessghost said...

Sean,

It looks like your tan lines are worse than Dad's. Maybe you should start riding your bike at two in the morning.

Al-Heshima said...

I dont wear a shirt when I ride, its from working on a flightline all day in uniform...you know, a blue collar job that all of you are quite unfamiliar with. I'm trying to fix it, its proving to be difficult.