I couldn't believe this guy was out here this morning with his oxygen tank. That's really loving the beach.
This morning I packed up and moved to the RV Park across the sand road from the beach. I’m behind a huge sand dune so will be protected from the wind gusts that are predicted to be around 40mph. The air is still toxic and I cough once outside so I’m spending a lot of time in the AC.
The view through my windshield.
Chris and Donna came by to pick me up for lunch in town. Donna brought her two dogs and took them for a walk on the beach. She doesn’t seem to be bothered by the poor air quality. Chris and I are very sensitive to it.
Chris and Donna
We went to The Fins restaurant which is next to a marina and had lunch. I had the crab cakes, Chris had the shrimp, and Donna had calamari. We skipped dessert.
Went walking around Robert’s Pier and took photos. It’s really pretty in that area and I enjoyed the time spent with Chris and Donna. Both are fulltimers and have many interesting stories to tell.
One massive fishing boat. If you go early in the morning you can buy fresh shrimp off this boat.
This is a very familiar sight to me. My grandfather was a fisherman and parked his boat in the bayou in front of our house.
Cute little boat.
Adorable little Shih Tzi we met along the way.
Another cute doggie.
I’m glad Chris and Donna will be keeping in touch this winter. They are nice people and have a lot in common.
I wasn’t bothered by the air quality at the pier. Once back at my coach I walked the dog and then returned to the AC. Tonight I’m still coughing some even though I’m inside. So it must really be bad on the beach. When the wind shifts it will be better but I’ll be gone. Still planning on leaving Wednesday.
My little Xi Shi Quan.