Our distraction today was driving south to the Gulf Coast in search of a seafood lunch. This area of Florida doesn't have much going for it, in my opinion. Perhaps its my confinement. I'll try not to be judgemental. We had lunch at a local place, right on the water. The food was wonderful, just what we wanted. The area was very touristy. Where it wasn't touristy it was very depressed - boarded up gas stations, empty stores, double wide trailers surrounded by trash.
On our way back to Beluga we passed an interesting looking museum. Dave did a quick u turn and we did an auto tour of the Air Force Armament Museum.
On a nicer day we would have enjoyed strolling among the planes "stationed" there. Today, however, we confined our visit to driving through the 50 or so static exhibits.
When I started this blog I promised my friends and family back home that I would show you what I was seeing as we moved across this wonderful country - to take you along with us. Today, you'll notice that "we" saw lots of rain. In fact everything I saw was through a veil of rain.
Perhaps tomorrow will be the day we will be able to move west without adding pontoons to Beluga.