Discussion in 'All About SoWal' started by Kurt Lischka, Aug 18, 2005.
Pretty nice today.
Oh man... that is beautiful.
Get out Kurt! Is that for real? I am happy to see that since we have good friends down there right now that LOVE their one week a year in paradise!!! Thanks for sharing the beauty...and I mean the water!!
Yes it is a good thing that the water is so inviting because today was very hot and humid. One of those days where if you are on the beach you spend most of your time in the water.
Very hot and humid back here in St. Louis today too...but aargh....no white sandy beach or clear emerald water
Can't wait to get back to sea level!
wow. that looks good. two more days and i'm sitting there! hope it looks like that come saturday.
was that grayton by chance?
ooh, it had -better- look like that next July!!
Thanks a lot, I missed sowal before i looked at that pic, i'm a wreck now!!
Yep, good thing! We have heat advisories out for today and tomorrow. Ugh... walking outside is like being hit in the face with a hot steaming wet blanket.
Are you out in the sticks or in SoWal? I saw the weather report for Dallas and saw 105 degree heat index for tomorrow....with all the trees over your way the humidity could be even worse!!! Stay cool.
And the water doesn't look bad either!
I'm in the sticks, though I will be in SoWal shortly! Heat index is 105-110 here for tomorrow. Our air conditioner couldn't keep up today at all. :shock: Are you in SoWal now? If so, consider yourself fortunate, and don't plan on coming back very soon. LOL.
And we arrive sometime Monday. Just finished loading up the van, going to our daughter's soccer tournament in Cincinnati, then heading down on Sunday and will arrive Monday. Can't wait... porch, pool, beach, Dusty's, sunset, Red bar, Big Kahuna (sorry, kids love it), Back porch (or is it Front Porch), pool to watch stars come out, beach in AM to read, Angelinas (sorry, kids love it), Smiling Fish Cafe (as recommended by this site, it will be our first time), new ice cream place at Rosemary Beach (it's great), maybe that bignet place mentioned on this site, maybe the Donut Hole, Seaside movie or concerts... sigh, just packed about 3 new books to read while there... sigh...
No, I am in Dallas. Husband and son were there last weekend...said it was wonderful as usual! I'll be down there for October...can't wait! Have a great visit!
And to think, all that white sand out there used to be on the beach.
DUSTYS'!!!!!!!DUSTYS'!!!!! Gotta love Dustys'! And don't forget to try the Old Florida Fish House past Seagrove on 30-A.
Mother Nature had other ideas...........
I sent my husband and son to the Old FL Fish House because of the great reviews on this board. My husband is still talking about how great his meal was....and he is in the middle of a change in eating styles after 51 years!
Old Florida Fish House?
Where is the Old Florida Fish House located?
We were in Seagrove so we just headed out 30-A and ran into it by accident. Please correct me if I'm wrong but if you go through WaterColors then Seagrove and follow 30-A in that direction towards the Camp Creek area you will see it off to the left side. You can't miss it if you keep your eyes peeled. Finding the parking lot is the hardest part. :clap_1:
Re: Old Florida Fish House?
On the north side of 30-A, east bank of Eastern Lake. If you get to Lakewood or the Mailboxes, Etc. you've gone too far.
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