Today's post is courtesy of my dear friend Gator Gal..
a fellow Floridian,
Living in the Gainesville area among Spanish moss laden live oaks and azaleas,
frequently with trusty camera sidekick, she heads eastward..
along the coastal route..
towards the sugary white sands and bluegreen waters of the Emerald Coast..
Panama City Beach..
"Panama City Beach is one of the world's most beautiful beaches,
with over twenty-seven miles of breathtaking,
unrivaled beauty along the Gulf of Mexico." GG
"Saturday started out as a Yellow Flag day. The wind was blowing from the East and Southeast and storm clouds were moving in from the East. In the meantime, the sky and water were absolutely stunning. An excellent day to visit the beach. The new City Pier is to the left." GG
"The newly rebuilt City Pier - Russell-Fields Pier (City Pier) The Russell-Fields Pier, also known as the City Pier, opened to the public July 4th 2009 and is located on Front Beach Road across the street from Pier Park. ~ Panama City Beach ~ The original City Pier was destroyed during one of the Hurricanes some years back. If you happen to know which storm, please feel free to post the information."GG
even dogs are welcome here!!
(make sure to practice good Petiquette)
More of Gatorgal's wonderful photos may be viewed at Weather Underground.
Thank you dear GG for another much needed trip home..
and for graciously sharing these beautiful photos!
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