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Old 10-06-2015, 07:19 PM   #1
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Carrabelle Beach RV Resort

Currently set up at Carrabelle Beach RV Resort for the next couple of days. Hopefully, the sun is going to start shinning tomorrow. Is any other Jayco owner's in this area????

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Old 10-06-2015, 08:08 PM   #3
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Which Carrabelle Beach?
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Carrabelle Beach, Florida. Beautiful sunny cool weather. First sunshine we have seen in almost 2 weeks. The beach here was actually a training ground for the D-Day Normandy invasion for WWII.
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That looks like a super place!
At first I thought we were talking about the clown on the Howdy Doody Show.
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Carrabelle Beach, Florida. Beautiful sunny cool weather. First sunshine we have seen in almost 2 weeks. The beach here was actually a training ground for the D-Day Normandy invasion for WWII.
It is a good thing we don't need that beach for a training area now. The Sea Oats would keep all men and equipment on their respective landing crafts.
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Going to Ho Hum for turkey week. About 20 miles from u
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Going to Ho Hum for turkey week. About 20 miles from u
Ho Hum is right on the beach, in the sand. It is a great place for playing in the surf and sand. Carrabelle Beach is more of a resort type place with a nice club house for our card games and board games. Have fun and watch for the bears. Oh yeah, be sure and go to the fisherman's wife resturant in Carrabelle. Order the fried shrimp or fried oyster basket. Unbelievably good with cheese grits, cole slaw, and hush puppies. Too much to eat almost. If you get a dinner plate, I think it would probably feed four!
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I will make it a point to go there. Wife is a veg head and will not eat turkey but loves sea food. Ho Hum will be the first Rv use after driveway break in. Wanted a quiet place away from the Tampa area
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You might want to ride on west to Apalachicola and get some of those delicious oysters. We ate a whole pint that had just been shucked. Gosh were they good. You can also go down to the docks just past the Viet Nam memorial and get fresh shrimp right off the boat. We got medium sized ones for $2 a pound! Unbelievable! It is only about 20 miles from Ho Hum.
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