The ICW and Florida Panhandle

9 Apr

It occurred to me that you may be wondering what is separating all those lovely towns we’ve been visiting along the Florida Panhandle.  Well, I have to admit, the Intracoastal  Waterway in Northern Florida is certainly flat…

what the florida panhandle looks like1

…and zig-zaggy…

proceeding along ICW

…and full of character… 

bird watching

At the moment, we’re in Apalachicola (which is cute as a button, but has left a very bad taste in my mouth (literally) since our attempt to visit a gelato shop was thwarted due to an 8pm closing time — IMAGINE!  …that’s just SO uncivilized and wrong!).

…maybe there will be gelato in Carrabelle?…

7 Responses to “The ICW and Florida Panhandle”

  1. ME and the Boss April 9, 2015 at 21:52 #

    Welcome to Florida, too many old folks who don’t drive at night,
    and a Southern laid back attitude that says tomorrow, maybe,
    so be patient, enjoy the ride and plan way ahead. ME

  2. Alex Ertz April 9, 2015 at 22:00 #

    In Carrabelle, go to Carrabelle Junction and get an espresso milkshake or a banana split. One of either will be enough for both of you!

  3. jdepodwin April 10, 2015 at 15:34 #

    Love the way the waterway meanders and looks to be complete with osprey nests. Too bad on the gelato, maybe donuts???

  4. ACRES Webmaster April 10, 2015 at 15:37 #

    lol! Jeanne, you’re funny!

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