Classic Florida

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rockhouse hotel, jamaica.

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Orange Beach, Alabama - Great ocean-front city in Alabama. March was a good time...not too hot...but a little cool for the outdoor pools. Great location...on the ocean...limited spring breakers...within reasonable driving distance to Mobile, Gulf Shores, Pensacola and Gulf Breeze. Clean beaches.

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Orange Beach Sunset

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Orange Beach

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Hurricane Katrina levels Dauphin Island, Alabama. As you can see there are only a couple of houses left standing. The island lost property on the Gulf Side of the island, and those that were on the water on the Bay (right side) no longer have waterfront propery, but a long walk to the beach on the sand.

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With its thick walls of mortar and country rock, the Sand Island lighthouse will likely be standing a century from now. Off Dauphin Island ,Alabama

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The Annual Dauphin Island Sailboat Race takes place each Spring

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Cannon at Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island, Alabama

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Indian Shell Mound Park, Dauphin Island, AL

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Fort Gaines @ Dauphin Island

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Dauphin Island, AL

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Dauphin Island

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Dauphin Island

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Dauphin Island, AL

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Dauphin Island

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Dauphin Island, Alabama

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Daniel B. Conrad ~ Surgeon Conrad served in the ironclad CSS Tennessee during the Battle of Mobile Bay, Alabama

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Historic Fort Gaines is located on the east end of Dauphin Island, near the mouth of Mobile Bay

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Daulphin Island Ferry to Gulf Shores, AL across Mobile Bay

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Surrender of C.S.S. Tennessee, Mobile Bay, August 5, 1864 sketch by Alfred Waud.

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People fishing on the Causeway on Mobile Bay.

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Oyster barge skipper, 1911 in Mobile Bay.

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Cooper home on Mobile Bay. I wish.

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