Beaches and yogurt

We spent the morning at the beach. The kids built a sand castle and then about the time I got there with the camera, they all headed up to the pool for awhile. The resort is small, is about 18 apartments, and was about half-full. There were a few families there and the kids had no problem making friends. Everyone was really nice. We saw a car with a Georgia Fulton County license plate and a Roswell car dealership on it somewhere. We finally ran into the owner of the car and they were from Roswell. They have a timeshare there as the husband used to work for NASA and we had a nice talk with them.

It's more of a sand fortress.
It’s more of a sand fortress.

After lunch we decided to drive into town and look around a bit. I had seen reviews for a place called I Dream of Yogurt, which is a yogurt shop with an I Dream of Jeannie theme so naturally I wanted to go there and everyone was agreeable to frozen yogurt. And we passed I Dream of Jeanie Lane and got a photo of that.

Street sign
Street sign
Marker about the street sign.
Marker about the street sign.
Lee, Evan and Chip
Lee, Evan and Chip
Ethan, Katy and Heath.
Ethan, Katy and Heath.
The girl behind the counter said they have the entire DVD collection.
The girl behind the counter said they have the entire DVD collection.
Memorabilia.
Memorabilia.
Too cute.
Too cute.

We drove down somewhere where cruise ships dock and looked at the ships.

For dinner we went to a seafood restaurant called Molly’s where diners are greeted by two alligators. Later Heath, Katy and I had gator tails for an appetizer. It wasn’t anything special.

Gator attack!
Gator attack!
Katy tries a gator tail at dinner.
Katy tries a gator tail at dinner.

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