Vibrant shopping and dining areas
Carriage rides through the city are available
Many unique artist galleries
Expecting to just see a nicely rejuvenated urban city, much to our surprise, it was the weekend of "Pensacon", Pensacola's version of Comic Con. Now, I am only aware of comic con because of The Big Bang Thoery, so it was an eye opener for me. Looked like a blast.
We were walking along admiring buildings and balconies when we spotted our first costumed group and realized something was going on here.
Then a few more . . .
Then we walked down the street where one of the main events were being held and costumes came by faster than we could get pictures.
"Want to take our picture?" Of Course!
Even the kids got into the spirit of things.
("Joker" and girl friend in the background)
For many of the costumes we did not have any idea who the characters were they represented. It was fun guessing any way.
That night we had a final dinner with our Covert relatives at the Shrimp Basket
Mike, Mary, Judy Covert, Shirley Covert at the table. Jim Covert and Tudy Broz' daughter Trisa standing behind, Elmer on the right
Tudy and Frank's grandsons Caleb and Tyler
A great ending to our time here in Pensacola. Looking forward to coming back again.