We revisited St. Andrews State Park in Panama City Beach, Fl. between Christmas & New Year's Day. Things were very much the same as last year, except the weather. This year was cold, rainy, and windy, but we made the best of it. We had 2 days of warmer weather, and we didn't let the bad weather deter us. We brought bikes with us this year and we rode almost every day.
This was our setup this year. We took the camping kitchen but didn't set it up because of the weather.I Roll Lumpia can be found. Well worth the search!
We used the windscreens on our canopy the whole time except for part of 1 day.
We didn't cook as much as we normally do. Robert fixed a couple of breakfasts and dinners. We have a 2-burner stove in the camper, but we don't use it. We do all of our cooking outside.
Robert gave it a thumbs up. I could taste gas (from the wick maybe?) and wasn't a fan.
We enjoy the beach in the winter. As Robert said, "the solitude feeling of strength".
During a bike ride, we discovered this old still in the park. As many times as Robert has been to St. Andrews, he had no idea this was there.
This is the edge of our campsite. I had to walk on the boards to get the pictures.
This heron was at the water across from Gator Lake.
Scenes from our campsite at night:
We had 1 day when it was warm enough to get rid of our sweatshirts:
I don't think I've ever seen the water so clear there.