We had scones (from the Scottish bakery) with butter and honey for breakfast then packed up camp. I had brought food for lunch but we decided to eat out since we were right on the coast and we knew the seafood would be nice and fresh. We stopped at a little restaurant that had great kitschy decor, it was some of the best fish and chips I'd ever had and the hush puppies were out of this world. After stuffing ourselves we set course for home.
Google usually routes us through small boring back roads so we decided to take the coastal road home, it takes a bit longer but the views of the gulf are worth it. Our first stop was Mexico Beach, we pulled over at the visitor center (which was closed since it was Sunday) so we stopped to take photos with the silly over sized beach chair.
Our last stop was a historic cemetery in Apalachicola. The sun was starting to set so we couldn't stay long and Hubby had to pull me and my dying camera out otherwise I think I would have photograph every stone there.
Chestnut Street Cemetery and the rest of the historic downtown.
It really was a delightful trip and it's sad to think this will probably will be our last camping trip till autumn.
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