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A specialty publication of Gulf Coast Newspapers

Interim Publisher Sudie Gambrell

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Jessica Jones features@gulfcoastnewspapers.com 251.943.2151

Contributing Writers and Photographers Mark Robinson and Don Holloway Coastal Photography Club

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Paige Renka Beachin’ magazine is published monthly by Gulf Coast Newspapers, LLC, PO Box 509 - Robertsdale, AL 36567 - 251.947.7712. Distributed free by The Alabama Gulf Coast Convention & Visitor’s Bureau and at other locations throughout Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is prohibited. Gulf Coast Newspapers accepts no responsibility in the guarantee of goods and services advertised herein.

Cover photo by Margret Hildreth; intro photo by Jessica Jones

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ust as Beachin rolls in waves and basks in rays of Alabama’s Gulf Coast, the areas of Gulf Shores, Orange Beach and Fort Morgan inspire each issue with unique events, mouth-watering

seafood and Southern dishes, Jessica Jones apparel to suit beach bums and country clubbers. This guide to the Gulf Coast offers insight into local restaurants, nightlife, attractions and events will ensure time well spent on Pleasure Island. First and foremost, the humid subtropical climate and white-sand beaches provide an oasis for guests. Don flip-flops and Hawaiian shirts or just a bathing suit. Spend hours of tranquility against a crashing-ocean wave backdrop with a good book, umbrella drink, or a completely blank slate. Dig toes into grains of sand, collect sea mementos or build sandcastles with the kids. Take a refreshing dip or dive into water adventures like parasailing, jet skiing or surfing. The area also offers family fun outings like the zoo, miniature golf, arcades, go carts, outlet, surf shop and boutique shopping. Whether you’re looking for a new cover-up or an evening gown, Pleasure Island’s got you covered. Souvenirs range from shot glasses to seashells—go ahead, make your friends jealous. Or let your inner child out to play with a day filled of bumper boats, foam machines, Tiki huts and waterfalls. Or perhaps Pleasure Island provides playtime for you and your sweetheart. Golf the gorgeous shores of the Gulf of Mexico with lush greens, a golf cart and two cold glasses of sweet tea or head for some relaxation built for two with a trip to the spa for couples massages. Maybe a tandem bicycle ride by the beach or late night stroll on the boardwalk is more your style. Perhaps fine dining and dancing... nothing says “I love you” like cracking crab legs and whisking away for a salty-sea waltz. Or, why not have it all? Rock out to beach-side concerts, get inspires at the Orange Beach Festival of Art, dig in at the Island’s annual Shrimp Festival and jump for moon pies with Mardi Gras goers. Whatever your taste, leave the itinerary at home and let Beachin’ be your guide to Southern hospitality, sandy feet and memories that leave you craving your next opportunity to Beach-it.


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Luke Bryan, Thompson Square head south for the winter By Jessica Jones

The Wharf amphitheater’s first show of 2013 will be a March appearance by Luke Bryan, Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line. Bryan’s tour, Dirt Road Diaries, began Jan. 17 and will reach the Gulf Coast at 7 p.m. March 14. But he’s no stranger to Alabama’s music-loving audiences. The country star performed at BayFest 2012 in Mobile and delighted audiences with his performance and light-hearted personality. The 36-year-old father of two is known the songs “Do I” (2009), “Country Girl” (2011), “Drunk on You” (2011) and “Kiss Tomorrow Goodnight” (2011). Albums include “Tailgates & Tanlines,” “Doin’ My Thing” and “I’ll Stay Me.” During December’s American Country Awards ceremony, Bryan earned nine awards: Artist of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Single of the Year, Male Single of the Year, Music Video of the Year, Male Music Video of the Year, Most Played Radio Track and Most Played Radio

Track: Male, according to LukeBryan.com. While the air waves and iPods seem full of tunes from this country boy, he admits that live music holds a special place in his heart. “I always dreamed of coming to Nashville and putting music out that drove people to come to a live show and join in the live show experience,” Bryan said during the Luke Bryan Farm Tour, according to his website. Bryan’s energetic, hit-filled live show was filmed before 14,000 of his closest friends at one of his Farm Tour stops in Athens, Ga. and was aired by the Great American Country (GAC) channel. As the tour’s charitable endeavor, proceeds from the Farm Tour went to college scholarships for students from a farming family within the communities the tour played. Ticket prices for his upcoming tour, Dirt Road Diaries, are $45.25 for general admission, $35.25 and $45.25 for reserved seats. Tickets can be purchased at the Wharf box office and through Ticketmaster. For more information, visit amphitheateratthewharf.com/.

Foley welcomes back cool weather friends Courtesy of Heidi Dunbar, South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce

The city of Foley will host the second annual Snow Bird Reception on Tuesday, Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Foley Civic Center. Refreshments will be provided and goody bags with discount coupons for area businesses will be given away. The event is free and open to the public.

The reception will highlight area businesses by giving coupons and informational items to tourists and Snow Birds or general members of the public. For more information on the event or on Foley businesses, call the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce at 251-943-3291 or visit southbaldwinchamber. com.

The following businesses have offered coupons for the event’s goody bags: • Le Parlour Salon • Planet Beach • Cardiology Associates • Cottages on the Greene • Tacky Jacks • Philadelphia Steak King • Victory Designs • Perdido Beach Resort • Premier Jewelry • Fresh Market Seafood

• The Beach Club • DaVita • Foley Art Center • Baldwin County Heritage Museum • Magnolia Springs Golf Club • Gulf Coast Newspapers • Glen Lakes Golf Club • B&B Pecan Co.

• Sail with Dolphins Boat Cruises • Clara’s Loom • Young’s Suncoast Realty • Dodge’s Chicken • Derailed Diner • Las Vegas Discount Golf & Tennis • The Hangout • H&R Block

• Alabama Credit Union • Brett Robinson • South Baldwin Podiatry • Anna Banana’s • American Red Cross • Design.Print.Promote • Papa Murphy’s • Shake’s • Stemz


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Gulf Shores New Year’s Day Polar Bear Dip Jan. 1, open 11 a.m. Free Admission (donations accepted) The Hangout and public beach Grayson Capps & The Lost Cause Minstrels will rock the party during The 2nd Annual Kiwanis Club of Gulf Shores Polar Bear Dip at the public beach. Participants are encouraged to come in costume and celebrate at the family event. The plunge will take place at high noon directly in front of the Hangout. Costume contest. For more information, visit gulfshoreskiwanis.org.

Flora-Bama Polar Bear Dip

Jan. 1, 12 p.m., live music 10 a.m.9:30 p.m. start times Free Flora-Bama and public beach For more, call 850-492-0611.

Twelfth Night Mardi Gras Ball Flora-Bama Style

Jan. 5, 7 p.m. $15 per person or $25 per couple Come join us for this Flora-Bama style Mardi Grad Ball benefitting Furrever Homes Rescue. Donations collected by 10 p.m. will determine the King and Queen. Learn more about the amazing work of Furrever Homes Animal Rescue that you will be supporting by visiting their website. For more, visit florabama.com.

City of Foley Snowbird Reception

Jan. 8, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Free, open to the public Foley Civic Center, 407 E Laurel Ave. The City of Foley and the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce will host the 2nd Annual Snowbird Reception; a goody bag with discount coupons will be available. For more, call Gloria at 251-943-1200.

Gold Coast Coin & Currency Show

Jan 19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Jan. 20, 9 a.m.3 p.m.

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Free Foley Civic Center, 407 E Laurel Ave. For more, email southbaldwinnumismaticsociety@gmail.com or call 251-597-7796.

SBCC Annual Gala

Jan. 25, 6-10 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person if purchased before Jan. 22. This year marks the 69th Annual Gala for the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce. Call the office for reservations. For more, email infodesk@southbaldwinchamber.com, visit memberservices.membee.com/alfolcoc/irmevents. aspx?id=266&event=Y or call 251-943-3291.

Alabama Lifestyles Expo

Feb. 7, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. The Caribe Resort Exhibition Halls, Orange Beach Free Admission, Door Prizes & Cash Prizes. Exhibitor Giveaways and Treats. Covered Parking. For more, visit alabamaadvantage.com, email alabamaadvantage@alabamaadvantage. com or call 800-235-4757.

Mystical Order of Mirams Parade

Feb 8, 6:30 p.m. Free. Public event Starts at Wintzell’s Oyster House and ends at Hwy. 161, 24131 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach Watch and enjoy as revelers throw sweets, trinkets, beads and toys. For more, visit obparksandrec.com/ eventscalendarlist.html.

Mystics of Pleasure Mardi Gras Parade

Feb. 9, 5:30 p.m. Free. Public event Starts at Wintzell’s Oyster House, ends at Hwy. 161, 24131 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach Watch and enjoy as revellers throw sweets, trinkets, beads and toys. For more, visit obparksandrec.com/ eventscalendarlist.html. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE


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Gulf Shores Mardi Gras Parade

Feb. 12, 10 a.m. Free. Public event Begins at Hwy 59 from bottom of Intracoastal Canal Bridge and ends at Main Beach Gulf Shores. Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores Laissez les bons temp roulet! (Let the good times roll!) Get ready to shout, “Hey, Mister! Throw me a Moon Pie!” Future Mardi Gras Day Dates are:March 4, 2014 and February 17, 2015. For more, visit gulfshores.com.

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Make Your Own Suncatcher

Every Tuesday, 4 p.m. $20-$35 Orange Beach Art Center. By arranging colored cut glass pieces on a clear square of glass your design will be fused overnight and the next day your creation will be ready to pick up. The make your own classes last 10-20 minutes. For more, call 981-2787 or visit www.orangebeachartcenter.com.

Hot Glass Mementos

Feb. 12, 2 p.m. Free. Public event Begins at Wintzell’s and ends at Hwy 161, Orange Beach, 24131 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach Laissez les bons temp roulet! (Let the good times roll!) Get ready to shout, “Hey, Mister! Throw me a Moon Pie!” Future Mardi Gras Day Dates are:March 4, 2014 and February 17, 2015. For more, call 251-981-6979.

Every Wednesday, 4 p.m. $20-$35 Orange Beach Art Center After pressing an object into a box of sand, the glass artist will pour molten glass into the form. After annealing overnight you will pick up your sand casting. The make your own classes last 10-20 minutes. For more, call 981-2787 or visit www.orangebeachartcenter.com.

Ongoing events

Every Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Baldwin County Council on Aging, inside the Baldwin County Central Annex, 22251 Palmer St., Robertsdale. For more, call 251-972-8506.

Karaoke

9 p.m. every night Free Mud Bugs, 624 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores For more, call 981-8081.

Midnight Confessions live band and dancing

7:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday Free Nolans Restaurant and Lounge, 1140 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores For more, call 948-2111.

Smokey Otis live music

9 p.m., then D.J. 1-3 a.m. every Monday $5 Mudbugs, 624 Gulf Shores Parkway,

Folk Art and Ceramic Classes

Meet The Artist

First Thursday of each month, 5-6:30 p.m. Free Admission Foley Performing Arts Association, 116 W. Laurel Ave. Foley Featured artists, front gallery receptions, meet the artist. Refreshments are served. For more information, call 251-943-4381 or visit foleyartcenter.com.

Ballroom dancing lessons by Ryan Duvall

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For more information call 251-979-9571. Dances are from 7 to 10 p.m. Admission is $5. September through November, dance to the music of Scott Langholff. Soft drinks and coffee will be furnished. Bring finger food. For more, call 251-947-8606 or 251-947-5849.

Live music

11 p.m. every Friday and Saturday Free The Keg Lounge, 26796 Canal Road, Orange Beach For more, call 981-9462.

Live music, karaoke and happy hour

Karaoke 8 p.m. every Friday, live music 8 p.m. every Saturday, happy hour 2-6 p.m. Monday-Friday

Free Snapperâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lounge, 25637 Canal Road, Orange Beach For more, call 981-4699.

Wine Tastings

Every Saturday, 5-7 p.m. Free Grape Escape Deli and Wine Cellar, Winn Dixie shopping center, Orange Beach For more, call 980-3354.

Foley Senior Center Dances

1st and 3rd Saturdays, 7-10 p.m. $5 members, $7 non-members 304 East Rose Ave. Foley Live music by various bands. BYOB & Snacks to Share. For more information call 251-943-1877

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Christmas Tree display remains open into the new year Submitted by Tammy Kinney

Baldwin County Heritage Museum held its Annual Angel Memorial Tree lighting on Dec. 9, 2012. The St. Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church handbell choir performed before the lighting ceremony in the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 1908 church building. This building was donated and moved to the museum by St. Markâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lutheran Church in 1988. Inside the main museum, visitors enjoyed refreshments, touring the Christmas Tree Display and the musical talents of Robertsdale High School band member Brandon Williams. If you were unable to attend the Open House Christmas Celebration you still have time to see the Christmas Tree Display. The Trees will be on display until 2013. BCHM is located at 25521 Highway 98 E., Elberta. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Admis-

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Brandon Williams plays at the Open House. sion is free. For information about making a donation or becoming a member or volunteer, stop by, call 251-9868375, email bchm@gulftel.com or visit baldwincountyheritagemuseum. com. You can also find the museum on facebook. All tax free donations should be mailed to P.O. 356, Elberta, AL 36530 and will be acknowledged with our gratitude.



    



    


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Wow, it’s been a great year for me. January’s here and it’s time to start again. This would be a good month to start your ledger of fishing days. Just keep track of when you catch what and include the weather info as well as bait and tackle used. Hard to remember all this stuff as the years go by. This will provide you with loads of information when it comes time to plan a day of fishing. I’ve heard so many people say “It’s called fishing,” and that it’s okay if we don’t catch fish. I agree with that, but to me, it’s better if we do catch fish and just release them. If you plan and know what you’re doing you can increase the number of days that you do catch fish. January is another one of those months during which most people are controlled by the weather. Strong winds, cold fronts and rain has kept plenty of boat ramps empty. That can be changed. Just pick a different fish to chase, dress warmly and use wind/rain proof top coats. I fish the near shore or inshore gas rigs this month for Sheepshead, White Trout and Whiting or Ground Mullet. I use small live Shrimp, dead Shrimp and cut bait on the bottom most of the time. The gas rigs all have structure bunched up around the legs so you don’t have to get in real tight to them. Next time, tie up as close as you can and fish straight down. Let your sinker hit the bottom and then crank up enough to get the bait close but not on the bottom. Your bait will be more exposed to a strike and you’ll hang up less often. Small Trout and Whiting can also be used as bait for the large Red Fish that cruise our bay in the winter looking for food. White Trout are great to fry. Just scale the small ones and fillet them. Leave the skin on. The larger ones can be filleted and skinned. Whiting and Ground Mullet should also be filleted and skinned. Have a good net ready as the Sheepshead will range to 10 pounds or more. A great fight and a real treat at the dinner table. I use a large knife to fillet and skin them. The Sheepshead bite is light so you must pay attention. The Trout and Whiting are easier to hook as their bite is more aggressive. Large Red Fish can

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still be caught on the Dixey Bar. You’ll do good to try bottom fishing at anchor with cut Mullet for bait. A chum line will help, too. Keep in mind that you’ll not only be fighting the fish but you’ll also have to fight the tide. You may pick up some pompano in the surf on warmer days. Speckled Trout will be up most of the eastern shore rivers still. The key is to fish at or near the bottom and fish really slowly. On Fish River, I’d run almost to Highway 32 and fish back using live Shrimp and plastics with a slip cork on one rig. I’d also be throwing plastics or shrimp to the bank, all piers and bulk heads, stumps and any other structure that I could find. Red Fish have to eat, too, and they should be in good numbers on the river. The larger Bull Reds will be there, also. Be ready for a long fight if you hook one of them on 10 or 12 pound test line. Just watch the boat traffic and you’ll able to tell where most of the fish are being caught. Lots of traffic on this river so be careful. Also be respectful of the home owners on the river and wave with your hand, not your boat. I’ll fish often on Bon Secour River this winter. It’s much more shallow with loads of structure and shallow water. It also has less traffic on it and more Red Fish than most rivers its size. The inter-coastal canal also holds Specks and Reds. If you can deal with the wake of larger boats, you can bounce Shrimp and plastics on the bottom while drifting with the current. Remember the “bigger boat has the right of way” rule and stay away from the tug boats. All in all, January is a great month for inshore fish. I have customers that fill their freezers with Sheepshead for the year this month. Specks will provide you with a fun and easy challenge this month and White Trout plus Whiting offer the chance to catch all the fish you care to clean. Stay safe and dry. Know the laws and be respectful of others. There are plenty of fish to go around. Contact me at backbayfishingwithdon.com or 251-5505418. Call anytime.


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Photos submitted by the Coastal Photography Club. For more info contact Capt. Mark Robinson at 251-540-7463 or Margret Hildreth at 850-457-8656.

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Assembly of God CHRISTIAN LIFE CHURCH 25550 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 967-4840 www.christianlifechurch.tv

GULFWAY CHURCH

541 Cotton Creek Dr. (Co. Rd. 4), Gulf Shores 968-6858 www.gulfwaychurch.com

Baptist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GULF SHORES

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Catholic OUR LADY OF THE GULF CATHOLIC CHURCH

308 East 22nd Ave, Gulf Shores 968-7062 www.ourladyofthegulfal.org

ST. THOMAS-BY-THE-SEA

26547 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach 981-8132 www.stthomasbythesea.org

Church of Christ CHURCH OF CHRIST OF GULF SHORES

2200 West First St., Gulf Shores 968-7369

2414 W. 1st St, Gulf Shores 968-7769 www.gulfshoreschurchofchrist.org

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ORANGE BEACH

Episcopal HOLY SPIRIT EPISCOPAL CHURCH

4773 Bay Circle, Orange Beach 981-4288 www.firstbaptistorangebeach.com

616 Fort Morgan Rd, Gulf Shores 968-5988 www.holyspiritepiscopalgulfshores.com

FISHERMEN BAPTIST CHURCH

ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

17101 River Rd., Bon Secour 949-6387 www.fomm.org

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 7159 County Rd. 10, Bon Secour 949-6486

ISLAND FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 28290 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 980-1005

LAGOON BAPTIST CHURCH

17867 State Hwy 180 W., Gulf Shores 968-7057 www.lagoonbc.com

OYSTER BAY BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 4280 Plash Rd., Gulf Shores 968-7805 www.oysterbaybaptist.org

ROMAR BEACH BAPTIST CHURCH 23370 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach 981-8959 www.romarbeach.org

SHELL BANKS BAPTIST CHURCH 12125 State Hwy 180, Gulf Shores 540-7136

6270 Bon Secour Hwy, Bon Secour 949-6254

Greek Orthodox ST. ATHANASIOS GREEK ORTHODOX CHAPEL 220 E. 20th Ave, Gulf Shores 967-2020 stathanasios.al.goarch.org

Lutheran GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH-ELCA 491 West 23rd Ave, Gulf Shores 968-5991

PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 8250 Roscoe Rd., Gulf Shores 974-2545

ST. JUDE’S BY THE SEA LUTHERAN CHURCH 312 E. 16th Ave, Gulf Shores 968-5833

Methodist - United GULF SHORES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

1900 Gulf Shores Pkwy, Gulf Shores 968-2411 www.gulfshoresumc.org

MORGAN’S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Hwy 10, across from Swift School, Bon Secour 949-7400

ORANGE BEACH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

28751 Canal Rd., Orange Beach 981-6751 www.orangebeachumc.org

Non-Denominational IGLESIA CASA DE LUZ Companerismo Cristiano 225 E. 24th Ave, Gulf Shores 948-3467

SAFE HARBOR HOUSE OF PRAYER Multi-Culture Full Gospel 7320 Bon Secour Hwy, Bon Secour 223-3615

ST. ANDREW BY THE SEA, A COMMUNITY CHURCH

17263 Ft. Morgan Rd, Gulf Shores 968-3900 www.standrewbythesea.org

Presbyterian FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) OF GULF SHORES 309 East 21st Ave., Gulf Shores 968-7720 www.gspres.com

GRACE FELLOWSHIP PCA 19470 Co. Rd. 6, Gulf Shores 968-5302 www.gracefellowship-pca.com

ORANGE BEACH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

26640 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 981-4220 www.orangebeachpresbyterian.org

CHRISTIAN SERVICE CENTER

PROGRAMS: Emergency Aid, Food Pantry, Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy and Meals on Wheels. 317 Dolphin Ave., Gulf Shores 968-5256 www.cscgs.com


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20 Beachin’ January 2013

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“Among the Diving Butterflies” She was all right angles and wrong-headed notions, in love with the ocean in theory, but leery of anything that licked, and smacked, and clung to the fine hairs on the backs of her legs as she flung her dirndl skirt to the sand. A man? Whatever for? Adored from her borning to the dawning of her womanhood, how could she be any less complete for lack of a ring on her finger? Still, lingering on the tingle of foam’s glancing lips, she watches bivalves abandon the sea for the companion uncertainty of sand, and, hands outstretched to offset the chance of one-legged curiosity, she holds her breath and slips her toe among the diving butterflies.

By P.T. Paul


Grayson Capps & The Lost Cause Minstrels will play Gulf Shores New Year’s Day Polar Bear Dip Submitted

Grayson Capps & The Lost Cause Minstrels will rock the post dip party during The second annual Kiwanis Club of Gulf Shores Polar Bear Dip at Gulf Shores Public Beach on New Year’s Day 2013. Participants are encouraged to come in costume and celebrate the New Year at the family-friendly event. The plunge into the Gulf will take place at high noon, directly in front of The Hangout, at the south end of Highway 59 in Gulf Shores. David “Hornman’’ Jones will entertain at the pre-dip party beginning at 11

a.m. A Slip-n Slide for kids young and old will also be open for business on the beach beginning at 11 a.m. Representatives from the Law Enforcement Torch Run will be at the event with their Torch Run Tahoe along with caps and T-shirts, which they will sell to raise funds for Alabama Special Olympics. In addition to the Lost Cause Minstrels, the post-dip party will feature a costume contest and a special cash award to the “loudest” Snowbird Club. The Hangout will provide free chili (while supplies last) with voluntary donations to the

Kiwanis Club appreciated. Event Tshirts, priced at $15, are on sale now at The Hangout. Since 1985, the Kiwanis Club of Gulf Shores meets on Tuesdays at noon in the Palmer Dining Room at Craft Farms Golf Course. Visitors are always welcome. Visit gulfshoreskiwanis.org for more event or Kiwanis Club of Gulf Shores information.

Gulf Shores Polar Bear Dip Schedule 11 a.m.................................................................................................Music starts on the Hangout Inside Stage w. David Smooth Horn 11 a.m........................................................................................................................................................Slip 'n Slide opens on the beach 11:50 a.m.........................................................................................Singing of National Athem by GSMS 7th Grader Chandler Wells 11:55 a.m..............................................................................................Smooth Horn leads a second line to the Gulf for a noon dip 12:15 p.m..........................................Buffet opens with free chili at The Hangout (Donations to Gulf Shores Kiwanis Club accepted) 12:30 p.m................................................................Polar Bear Dip Best Costumes and Loudest Snowbird Group Awards Presented 1 p.m.......................................................................................................................Grayson Capps & The Lost Cause Minstrels First Set

Scouts visit Baldwin County Heritage Museum

A group of Tiger Cub Scouts from the North Mobile and their families visited the Baldwin County Heritage Museum recently as a place for their first "Go-SeeIt" outing. The boys and their Den leaders stop for a photo with their tour guide Joe Salzmann on the steps of the recently completed General Store Exhibit. The Scouts also enjoyed a Blacksmith and Cane Squeezing demonstration. BCHM is located at 25521 Highway 98 E., Elberta. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Admission is free. For information about making a donation or becoming a member or volunteer, stop by, call 251986-8375, email bchm@gulftel.com or visit baldwincountyheritagemuseum.com. You can also find the museum on facebook. All tax free donations should be mailed to P.O. 356, Elberta, AL 36530 and will be acknowledged with our gratitude.


22 Beachin’ January 2013

Capt. Mark asks,

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‘Who’s on the Island?’

We met at the Shrimp Festival this year: I leave, he found that his parents had moved was looking at some beautiful artwork done back to Arkansas, so he hitchhiked there and by Tracy Womack, who comes here every bought a car from his dad. A fellow Marine year, when she turned to a couple standing fixed Rich up with a lady named Merry K.: there at her booth and introduced them to me it was love at first sight. They married, after as her parents, Dauphine Rich and Merry K. a year of dating; 56 years later, they’re still Womack. As we talked, I learned her together. parents had arrived ON THE ISLAND on Shortly after the wedding, Rich was a yacht that her dad had refurbished — sent to Japan where he stayed for six they were on the last leg of “The Great months until he received word that his Loop.” After we visited for a while, Rich dad was terminally ill. He came home and Merry K invited me to the boat for and got a humanitarian transfer to be Bloody Marys the next morning, and if close to his father. He stayed there for MARK I wanted, to do an interview. I went. We three years and was promoted to SerROBINSON geant. drank, he talked and I wrote. Rich was born in Camden, Ark. in 1936, Recognized for his intelligence, he was sent and grew up on a small farm where the family to school to be a helicopter mechanic. He raised just about everything they ate. He still graduated first in his class, and was sent to remembers hearing the radio at the little corJacksonville, N.C. He became the crew chief ner grocery when Pearl Harbor was attacked. on a twin engine CH37C Sikorski Helicopter. He was only 5, but the impact was ever lastWhile there, he attended night school, and got ing. He was 10 years old when the family got his high school diploma. He then flew in the electricity in their home. Living a farm life, chopper on assignment all over the U.S. He he, his brother and two sisters would churn was part of the spacecraft Mercury recovery butter, gather eggs, cut wood, and pick vegprogram and saw all the Mercury spaceship etables after school. launches as part of the recovery detail. Rich reminded me that it was a tough life: Rich’s wife, Merry K., stayed in North Carono computer games, no time for sports. On top lina, and by now, they had three children. He of all his other chores, he had a paper route applied and was approved for Warrant Officer, and worked part time in a grocery store. Fibut after being told he would be promoted, he nally, his parents sold the farm, and moved decided 11 years was enough and opted out. to Tennessee to find work. Rich went to high He, Merry K., and the children moved to Mischool there, but after the 11th grade, he quit ami, Fla., bought a home and a beauty salon. school, returned to Arkansas, and got his job Merry K. went to cosmetology school for two back at the grocery store. years, got her license and opened her own He recalled that one day, a Marine walked shop. in the store in full dress uniform. Rich talked Rich worked at an aircraft repair shop for to him for a long while, and was so impressed, the next three years and during that time, that a few days later, he signed up himself. took flying lessons and worked in a bank at He was sent to Texas, then San Diego to boot night. Finally getting the flying credentials he camp. He was on duty when Elvis Presley was wanted, he joined the Air Force Reserves at inducted, and it was a big thrill to meet him, Homestead, Fla., where he learned to fly KC20 Rich said. refuelers, and also got a job with National AirFollowing his training, Rich was stationed lines as an airplane mechanic. at Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif., arriving as a Rich recalled a fond memory during our Private First Class. He served in Korea for chat. He was flying the refueler, and his his first assignment. When he came home on CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE


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daughter, who was a pilot and flying another plane at the time, locked up with his and refueled from his plane. As a reservist, one of his more interesting assignments was circling overhead of Air Force One when President Nixon was in Florida, he said. Another was when a Cuban MIG landed next to him at Homestead. In 1973, Rich and Merry K. sold everything and went to Arkansas to visit family with their four children. While there, they bought a 500- acre farm/ranch on a lake. The farm had a runway, 30,000 chickens, 150 cattle, and 10,000 bales of hay. In 1975, Rich set up a flight school, chartered planes and rented space to owners with their own planes. After nine years, he sold the school and became a flight engineer/simulator instructor for American Airlines. The company sent him to Marsh Air Force base as an instructor, so he and his family moved there and stayed for several years. Finally, he made his way to Memphis, Tenn. and got a job with Fed Ex as a simulator instructor. Fed Ex had four jets, and Rich flew the planes on days off to get time in. In 1993, at 57 years old, he became a Fed Ex pilot. He was in the air headed for Washington when 9-11 occurred. Upon receiving instructions to divert and shut down, he remembered that it was a terrifying day in the lives of most Americans. In 2001, he retired. His children were all grown and were successful. He now had 4 children, 6 grandchildren and one great grandchild. His oldest son, Jim is a librarian at Faulkner in Montgomery. His son Mike works for NASA, and is retired from 20 years in the Air Force. Third is Tracy, a graduate of University of Arkansas, who is an accomplished artist, and the forth is Dawn who lives in California and is a Lt Col. In the Air Force Reserves (active) and a Liason officer for the U. S. Air Force Academy. Rich and Merry K. bought an RV and traveled, spending winters in Key West, and the rest of the year in Arkansas, or other parts of Florida. One day while sipping a drink in Key

Dauphine Rich and Merry K. Womack West, he heard about “America’s Great Loop,” and decided he wanted to do it. The America’s Great Loop Cruisers website says, “Have you ever dreamed of leaving it all behind, hopping on your own boat, and casting off for an adventure like no other?” The site describes the Great Loop as, “the continuous waterway that encompasses the Eastern portion of North America including the Atlantic and Gulf Intracoastal Waterways, the Great Lakes, the Canadian Heritage Canals, and the inland rivers of America’s heartland … and is considered one of the safest long distance cruising routes in the world. To travel all, a portion, or any of the magnificent side trips of the Great Loop is an adventure of a lifetime.” Rich bought an old yacht specifically to make the trip, refurbished it and set out to do the Loop. The Great Loop Cruise is “the circumnavigation of eastern North America by water.” Rich and Merry K. made the trip, which turned into a wonderful adventure. They arrived in Gulf Shores at the beginning of the Shrimp Festival, and made time to visit with their daughter. They said they loved the area and hoped to come back. They took time to check out a few condos while here both to rent and to buy. They were very pleased to be here in Paradise, just as we Islanders are pleased to have them ON THE ISLAND.


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974-1500, adventureisland.com 24559 Perdido Blvd., Orange Beach

Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo

968-5732 , alabamagulfcoastzoo.com Alabama Highway 59 South

Baldwin County Heritage Museum 25521 US Hwy 98 E. Elberta Ala. 36530 251-986-8375 email: bchm@gulftel.com

Gulf Shores Beaches-Lagoon Pass (2.9 miles west of Alabama Highway 59)

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Foley Railroad Museum and Model Train Exhibit 943-1818, FoleyRailroadMuseum.com 125 East Laurel Ave., Foley

Historic Fort Morgan

540-7125 22 miles west on Alabama Highway 180 from Alabama Highway 59

Orange Beach Indian & Sea Museum 981-6039, obparksandrec.com 25805 John Snook Drive

Pirate Island Adventure Golf 968-GOLF, piratesislandgolf.com Alabama Highway 59 just north of Intracoastal Waterway Bridge

South Baldwin Community Theatre 968-6721, sbct.biz 2022 W. Second St.

The Track

Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge

968-8111, gulfshorestrack.com Alabama Highway 59 just north of Intracoastal Waterway Bridge

Ferris Wheel

948-2106, watervilleusa.com Alabamaâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Highway 59 South

540-7720, fws.gov/bonsecour 7.5 miles west on Alabama Highway 180 from Alabama Highway 59 224-1000, thewharfal.com 4550 Main St., Orange Beach

Gulf Shores Museum 968-1463, gulfshoresal.gov 244 W. 19th Ave.

Waterville USA

*See our Web site for ongoing, club and exercise events; church listings; dining guide; marinas; and golf courses--GulfCoastNewsToday.com **For updated calendar items, also see The Islander newspaper.


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“swearing never stayed the moon” I remember the scuffling of summer toes toes that were ambered peach butterfly shells on top but weathered barnacles on bottom, toes touching in the offhand way of sandpipers crossed in the gandy dance of tacking wavelets to the shore. I know I swore, but… when your voice swirled round me in foam fantasies that breathed their own with every rasping breath, I know I said, but… flesh recedes in drying folds sweat-salted for eternity your laughter slipped away from me on a stronger tide. I never lied. By P.T. Paul

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Happy New Year!

Secret Southern Pepper Sauce Assorted color Serrano peppers, rinsed White vinegar Oil bottle, jar with lid or bottle with cork Funnel

Friendly Fizz Bottle of champagne Light rum Maraschino cherries and juice Combine 1/2 cup champagne, 1 shot light rum, 1 tablespoons cherry juice and a cherry. Makes 1 flute.

Measurements depend on how many bottles you’d like to make. Boil vinegar. Carefully drop peppers into bottle so that bottle is full, but peppers aren’t crushed. Don’t touch your eyes or face until you’ve washed your hands. Use a funnel to pour vinegar over peppers; fill bottle to just shy of the rim or cork. Seal bottle and store for 1-2 weeks before using. Pepper sauce can be poured over greens, beans or peas or simply used for decoration. *Special thanks to Jeniece Bouzan


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DINING GUIDE

Lying around on the beach can really make you hungry. When it does, head out to one of our remarkable Gulf Shores and Orange Beach restaurants. With the world’s best inshore and offshore deep sea fishing, you’ll find that succulent, fresh-off-the-boat seafood is the order of the day. Of course, you don’t have to have seafood! You’ll find plenty of restaurants in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach serving barbecue, steak, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, pizza, deli style sandwiches and more.


          



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BON SECOUR STEAK & CHEESE Sauteed Rib Eye Steak, Onions, Green Peppers and Provolone

SPECCHIO ITALIAN - Genoa Salami, Pepperoni, Ham, Capicolo, Provolone, Homemade Italian Dressing. Served Fully Dressed. HAPPY HARBOR HERO - Premium

Roast Beef, Smoked Turkey and Honey Ham Topped with Provolone. Served Fully Dressed

CLUB ON A SUB - Smoked Turkey and Honey Ham, Crispy Bacon and Pepper Jack Cheese. Served Fully Dressed. BLACKBEARDS MEATBALL - Italian Meatballs with Our Own Zesty Marinara Topped with Provolone, Mozzarella and Italian Seasonings. ROGUE RUBEN - Corned Beef, Sauerkraut, Swiss and Our House Thousand Island Dressing On Rye Bread VEGGIE SUBMARINE $8 - Piled High with Mushrooms,Green Peppers, Onions and Melted Provolone. Topped with Smooth Tomato Sauce

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Build Your Own Sub for $9 Extra Meat Add $1.00 Extra Cheese Add $1.00

Meat Choices: Genoa Salami, Pepperoni, Honey Ham, Capicolo, Smoked Turkey, Roast Beef, Crispy Bacon and Chicken

Cheese Choices: Mozzarella, American, Pepper Jack, Cheddar, Swiss and Provolone


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MONDAY: Oyster Stew..................................................................$5.95 TUESDAY: Salmon Patties, White Sauce, Potatoes & Beans...$6.95 WEDNESDAY & SUNDAY: All You Can Eat Spaghetti................$5.75 THURSDAY: Prime Rib (5pm â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;til)...............................................$11.25

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Snow Crab (1.5 lb.).............................................................................$23.50 Royal Reds (1 lb. seasonal)................................................................. $18.50 Combo Reds & Crabs (2 lbs) ..............................................................$25.50

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Italian Garden Salad...............................................................................$4.75 Caesar Salad..............Side $5.95 Dinner ..............................................$6.95 add Chicken $1.95 add Shrimp $2.95 Spinach Artichoke Dip............................................................................$8.75 Stuffed Mushrooms (3).........................................................................$8.95 Oysters Picard (3).................................................................................$9.95 Garlic Bread (2) $2.75..........Cheese Bread (2) $3.50............ Marinara $.75 Boil Shrimp Small (6oz.) $8.25 .................................. Large (12 oz.) $13.75 Papaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wings (6) $6.50.....................(12) $9.50 ......................(25) $16.75 Potato Skins ..........................................................................................$9.95 Combo Platter: 3 Wings, 2 Stuffed Mushrooms, 3 Skins ......................$11.25 Nachos -- Best In Town Round 1: Cheese ....................................................................................$5.75 Round 2: Chili & Cheese.........................................................................$7.75 Round 3: Chili, Cheese, Black Olives, Onions & Green Pepper ................$8.75

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Oysters All oysters @ market price....1/2 doz or dozen

Fettuccine Alfredo....................$8.95 Chicken Alfredo......................$11.95 Shrimp Alfredo.......................$13.95 Lasagna..................................$12.75 Spaghetti..................................$7.95

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