We did gain some experience with PODS storage and delivery. The delivery of the unit was interesting.
|A flatbed trailer has this frame where the wheels drop (KSS)|
|The truck pulls away (KSS)|
|and the storage unit is lowered to the ground (KSS)|
|The frame is returned to the truck and the wheels are raised (KSS)|
Today we took time for a little sight-seeing, on an unseasonably cold day for Pensacola.
We drove west along the beach to Flora-Bama, located on Perdido Key at the Alabama border. It is "world-famous" for its complex of music stages, lounge and bars, and oyster bar. Established in 1964, Flora-Bama was essentially destroyed in 2004 by Hurricane Ivan. It was rebuilt using most of the materials from the original bar by 2010.
|The main building of Flora-Bama|
|Every Sunday there is a church service at the Deck Bar,|
and yes, you can go to the bar to get a drink
|The Deck Bar|
|The Oyster Bar|
|Back deck and view of the beach|
|The white sand of Pensacola area beaches|
|Kyle + Katrina|
|Brynne, Tamiko, and Kent|
|Kent, Kyle + Katrina, and Brynne|
|Oysters McClellan (named for a co-owner of Flora-Bama)|