On Saturday, November 2, we traveled from Orange Beach, Alabama to Niceville, Florida. It gave us a sense of accomplishment to see the “Welcome to Florida” sign along the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.
Bluewater Bay Marina in Niceville is a comfortable, old-Florida-feel marina on the north side of Choctawhatchee Bay. It has a comfortable restaurant, tropical-theme bar, and a good ship store.
Shortly after we arrived, the Bluewater Bay Harbor Host knocked on our boat to offer any assistance she or her husband could provide. They completed the great loop a few years ago, sold their home in Houston, and now live in Bluewater Bay aboard their beautiful Hatteras named “Nearly Perfect.” The next day, they invited us to a social time aboard their boat with other Loopers in the area. Unexpected and welcomed hospitality.
Friend Lorraine joined us in Niceville for a few days of Great Loop cruising. We launched the Dinky Dinghy and she and I took a ride around the harbor.
5 thoughts on “A Place Called Niceville”
Great picture of the two of you! You look like you are spending time outdoors!!!!! Enjoy.
Rick looks like a professor with his new beard. We love your blog!
Congratulations…you made it to sunny FL!!! Record low temps (23 degrees) are expected in AL……
Love the Calvin jacket!
Thanks! Limited space for clothing, and this is my go-to warm weather gear! Maybe I should get one that says Calvin University!
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