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Jun 11, 2016 - and then a BIG change

As I mentioned in our previous post we planned to spend the summer here in the Foley area this year and it seemed like a really good plan at the time. Earlier this year we had been checking out property for sale in Spanish Cove, a large residential community in Lillian, Alabama where we have spent a lot of time, it is about 20 miles east of Foley. Bob has played music at their Jam Sessions with some of our musician friends here for the last several years. We have driven through the area the last few winters to check out available properties...

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Mar 22, 2010 - Lillian, AL

Sweet Home, Alabama! We are southeast of Mobile and west of Pensacola. Our campsite sits on the Perdido Bay. It's very pretty here and we are told you can see the dolphins when they come into the bay each morning. I will certainly set an alarm to get up and see them! The weather was a little chilly today, but tomorrow is predicted to be in the 70's and sunny. I took these pictures on our ride down here from Mississippi, and of the coast line here at the campground. Hope all of you are well. I wish each and everyone of you could be with...

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Trip Journal

on the road

Jan 6, 2010 - Lillian AL, through Mobile, and on to Biloxi MS

We quickly drove through Alabama, including going right through Mobile without stopping. (It isn't very big, and lots of what we saw was industrial area and docklands.) We drove over the border into Mississippi, and drove over miles of bridges over the bayous. We arrived at Biloxi on the coast, and discovered that it too had suffered under Hurricane Katrina. Our casino was apparently all right, but the new one being built across the road had halted and never started again, several others had disappeared from the map, and there were many...

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Apr 4, 2008 - The Stars Shine Over Alabama

040408 Greg didn’t get the taxes finished but the landing gear cooperated enough so that we could hook the trailer up, drive the 67 miles and set up in Lillian AL. Lillian is just over the border from Florida across a mile long bridge over Perdido Bay that opens to the gulf. This is a KOA site that is pretty nice. After we got set up, we took a walk down to the bay and then took a drive around. Lillian is a very small town that does not have a lot so we figured we were going to be eating a lot out of the Palace kitchen. Ginny was looking...

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