Yesterday, Mother Nature, gave us the green light so we jumped in the car early (to beat the masses) and scooted off to Seaside.
|This area was filled with kids, parents and a few dogs. Everyone was loving the weather throwing a variety of balls and eating cookies. Well, maybe we were the only ones eating cookies.|
|These trailers/campers are the "restaurants" that line the street. We bought sammies from the grilled cheese joint and sat at the tables on the sidewalk.|
|Before lunch we walked across the street to gaze at the water/beach.|
|The neighborhood in Seaside that captured our interest last year is called Ruskin and it has a New Orleans feels. Heather, look closely at the sign above the door; this pic is for you.|
|This is Modica Market and it's near the park area I showed you earlier. It's like a small Fresh Market.|
|We stood, drooling, at this display case so long the manager finally asked us to move along. Not really. We only bought cookies even though we really wanted a slab of any one of those cakes.|
|This pic reminds me of the old hardware store in Allegan. Love the whole ladder thing.|
|Love the colors. Love the graphic. I did not buy it.|
|This darling little shopping spot is a place we passed on our way to Seaside and decided to check it out on our way back to Destin. It's in Grayton Beach.|
|Petey was jonesin' for a Starbucks.|
What a lovely day. A great way to spend one of our last few days in Florida.