Well, it looks like....

Discussion in 'Say Hello to SoWal!' started by Capricious, Jul 24, 2014.

  1. Capricious

    Capricious Beach Fanatic

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    ... it's been about (3) years or so since I've posted here, but then I've been busy.

    Drove through there back in May, first time is probably (4) years. Getting way too crowded.

    Wonder what Shelly is up to these days...
     
  2. Truman

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    Shelly is a clerk at Snappy Turtle.

    It is too crowded but all is relative.

    :wave::twisted:
     
  3. Capricious

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    Well, about another (3) years since I had posted here. Was back in the area last May (2016) and will be around again
    this May. Getting near retirement and looking at possible retirement homes, but almost certainly in Bay County or maybe
    certain parts of Okaloosa. Walton Co. is just too "upscale," and I mean attitudes, not prices. When I first started posting on
    here, way back in 2003 I think (the forum was changed in 2005 which is why it says joined in 2005) things were different in
    Walton County, but it was obvious where things were going. When 30A has a Waffle House I might change my mind...

    I miss Shelly, who used to post way back then that the real estate market was going to crash. Shelly saw the way things were going
    before most people. Took a lot of abuse for it, until the S. really hit the F.

    Ya 'all have a good day.
     
  4. Jerry Lewis

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    Waffle house is on 98 in SoWal in Miramar Beach. Anyone referring to our area as 30A is a tourist or a newbie. Tourists don't know the real South Walton we even got trailer parks and meth labs just like Bay and Okaloosa..
     

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