Actually, as busy as I was with my camera, it just scratches the surface. The Alabama Gulf Coast is a busy place.
A surf fisherman with a pompano, pound for pound, one of the hardest fighting fish in the sea, and it is one of the tastiest. Earlier he caught a 32 pound redfish, which he released. He was fishing just west of Perdido Pass.
My daughter Leslie with her friend and her little girl, along with my niece Jaiden, stepping into the Lazy River at the Phoenix West.
This parasailer is pointing at me taking a photo of him.
I parasailed one time in Cancun, Mexico. That was more than fifteen years ago, before parasailing was popular on the Alabama Gulf Coast. For me it is one of those "glad I did, but once is enough things."
Sailboat at dusk in Terry Cove, Orange Beach.
Kathy and I went to the America and Three Dog Night concert at the Wharf Amphitheater on May 24. The Amphitheater is a great place to see shows and some are very inexpensive - Ten dollars a ticket for this one, five dollars a band. That's a deal. On July 31, John Mellencamp, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan are going to play the Wharf. Now that's a show. Tickets are going to be considerably higher than $10, but still - Bob Dylan in Orange Beach. Who'd have thought that just a few short years ago?
While it's best to get tickets to a show you'd like to see early, especially for the currently popular big name acts, sometimes tickets are still for sell as late as they day of the show. Look for the Wharf event sign as you cross over the toll bridge.