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Island Times Volume IX, Number 5 Pensacola Beach, Florida June 25, 2013 Happy Birthday America Beach Hosts Sizzling Soundside Salute Fourth of July Fireworks Show at 8:30 Pensacola Beach’s Mary Claus is a Yankee Doodle Dandy born on the Fourth of July. She gladly shares her birthday with the best nation in the world. Claus sends her thanks to the Pensacola Beach Chamber and the Santa Rosa Island Authority for lighting up the night sky on July 4th. Pop over to page 2 for more.

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PAGE 2 Island Times June 25, 2013 Published every other Tuesday SHELLEY W. JOHNSON, PUBLISHER !"islandtimes@bellsouth.net www.MyIslandTimes.comNo portion of this publication may be reproduced without the consent of the publisher. Island Times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ire In The Sky Salutes America’s BirthdayBy Mary Inabnit Audubon Society bird stewardF-"2"-#) 3"%##.-"%.!-% #"%#"%5#)),#"%5#"%, !"/%%."!-"2!!-/"%.-"2&'!# '"###"-"2", )-2#,$-%""## #!)"-%$,!3% $"5-,& #'")-2#) 5!3)-#)##,22 #"%#-,"2"!& "###!--1-2% !!)#/#$#& '"""%.-!2 #-"!#)#")-#) -,#-%#&3!2!!,# #%"%-)2 -"%--".#,&'!,!#1 "#.-"%.-"2/% #--"%$-#"%-)$% -&'!,.$-%#'" !##.!-!#%#"%#$#/ #!#)#/-,&! -"-".1 #"-"-%#&'!# '"-!)#& )D#!32 #'")##"%"" #"%#"%2#1#/ -"2&'!,.%")#,$ "-"2"$#!$%-" #%!)#"-)#1! #,#!,#,-"2 #%#@ # 2#1 #"%-" !-## 2#1#/ -"2& 5#)), ## %!-)# $,%#"2-"2 ##2 I1 his ability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esting Away Again in Margaritaville...a Least Tern Tale What You Can Do:Don’t feed seagulls, play near nesting areas! Do tell others about these courage them to be good bird stewards! Photo by Rick Greenspun, Audubon Society

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Island TimesPAGE 3Forever ...Barefoot on the BeachAs a tribute to Jane Waters who passed away January 10, 2012 Island Times will continue to run some of Jane’s favorite columns for your enjoyment June 25, 2013 Our latitude will change your attitude Lunch Specials MonFri 11-2 Dinner Specials NightlyCATCH IT ALL! !"#! $$ Oysters Fresh Gulf SeafoodOPEN EVERYDAY Waterfront Dining % Live Music Gift Shop Kids Playground#2 Via de Luna 934-3660Sports in Hi Def40 TVs 8 Big Screens 9 3 4 3 6 6 0 $& WINGS49Every Thursdayc Monday Cajun Nite Tuesday Surf and Turf Wed Mexican Madness Specials Tues: '( of Wine Wed: % Specials Thurs: % Specials T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f T u e s d a y S u r f a n d T u r f W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s W e d M e x i c a n M a d n e s s All Sports Always On Things to know...)$$*+,#"#,," -./&,0 !"""01 234,0 !"0 $5$ -)&,0 !##0 )),06" !,# 5$7 8 Blue Sky Gift Shoppe!"#$%&'() 850-932-7100*%& +The Islander Newspaper – August 24, 1990 Months ago the Santa Rosa Island Authority made a commitment to the residents of Pensacola Beach to build a recreational facility adjacent to the elementary school. At first, the SRIA announced that tennis courts would be constructed. Some residents including Michael O’Donovan and Dr. Jack Forest felt the tennis .%"$" !2# est number of residents, and that they would receive only minimal use from school aged children. '!,#/%!##$# % be developed because they felt a large number of youngsters and adults would be able to play on %!,#"%&5$ quently, the SRIA conducted a poll and the results favored the "-"!$# %1 the tennis courts. Barrat, Daffin and Carlan, !5673*"2-"-"2 )%. #"!$# %$ cautioned the SRIA that it would be very costly to build because it would require expensive white clay since red clay is taboo on the Island. Also, it would need constant maintenance. The engineers submitted an alternate plan which featured multiple activities. This plan calls for a running track, volleyball courts, racquetball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts, children’s playground, !@ $#%#"%2#$.-! picnic tables. The Residents and Leaseholders Association will decide at their September meeting which plan they like best, and based on this decision the SRIA will begin construction. On the face of it, plan #2 seems to be the winner, hands down. But, there are drawbacks. The site, in the civic/govern)"""#!!#"% two churches, is located near a number of permanent residences. The recreational facility, although supposedly intended for the primary use of Beach residents, would be open to the public. The picnic area, playground and courts would surely attract a large number of beachgoers, looking for such public amenities. So, would the facility appeal to Beach residents? Should they once again pay for day visitors smack in the middle of a residential neighborhood? It would seem that the plan !%$)%%&7#$# field is not feasible, why not limit the facility to a jogging track now, and keep in mind the possibility of later constructing a recreational building to house a stage, ping pong tables, and other kinds of indoor games. The building could be used for meetings, school plays, church activities, #"%.%$#% "-## community which has few facilities to offer its own residents. The SRIA has agreed to #$-%$,! "#%--"! Residents and Leaseholders. We hope that decision will be wise. We hope they will keep in mind that the SRIA stated originally that the recreational facility on Via de Luna, next to the school, would be for the use of Beach residents. Think you know everything about Pensacola Beach? Great. Share your knowledge with the thousands of guests who make the Visitor’s Information Center their first stop on Pensacola Beach. The Pensacola Beach Chamber of Commerce, who manages the Center, is seeking volunteers to greet guests. Volunteers, who are asked to work one four-hour shift per week, receive full training and a few other perks. The Center, which is open every day of the week, has Chamber personnel on site at all times. “The Center has been staffed since its inception with volunteers,” said Nicole Stacey, Beach Chamber president. “Having locals available to greet our visitors is a great experience everyone.” If you are interested in learning more about the Volunteer Program, call Nicole Stacey or Ginny Sheehan at 850-9321500 or by email at info@ visitpensacolabeach.com.Volunteers Needed %$4&%4(9 .$(&:&, 4&)&$$;<=2 ..$>%$4&.3&$) 5&/?@A+ %$8544:B5:%3B( .$(2B8 $C:&B$C:&-$ 4&.&Optimists Announce SlateReverend Chuck Randle, chairman of the Pensacola Beach Optimist Club Nominating Committee, presented the membership .-!!5# upcoming year at their June 18 meeting at the Beach Church. The proposed leadership includes Carleen Wheeler, president; Jane McGrath, vice-president; Dave Sundstrom, treasurer and Chuck Randle, secretary. For Beach Optimist Club membership information, please contact Bettie Lee Sundstrom at prissybl@aol.com.

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PAGE 4 Island TimesJune 25, 2013 PEOPLE ? ? ??? ? ? ? ? ? ?? ??? ? ? ?? ? ? T ? ?? ?rivia? ?? ? www.PensacolaMESSHall.org 1-877-YES-MESS Callor visit MATH, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE & STUFF a Hands-On Science Museum m e as u ae ie, a a Pla a aes eseains 850-932-2319 INN T 10 lida ea as ull eie en Ai G ee e lals ane in e sand Ea e und N Teas ld Em Pe Games in u a u d SI T a ed ue enees amus im alad 21 Via de Luna Pensacola Beach 850-916-5087 paradisebar-grill.com June 25 Te sas, PMJune 2 Te ae es, PMJune 27 aain Geen, PMJune 28 minain ul, PMJune 29 ed iends, PMJune 30 an ee, 3 PMJul 1 Jn a and, PMJul 3 an ee, PMJul 4 Jn a and, PMJul 5 Ema ades, PMJul aen J, PMJul 7 aen J, 3 PMJul 9 Jamie Euans, PM PM Great Vie for Fireors ohn art Live on Stage Leave the cooing to us Full Service Open Air arWell, lo and behold, the Trivia Master stumped the entire world when he asked what year the Pensacola Beach Chamber ())"%Beach Seafood Festival. The date was September 1986. Beach trivia players thought the Beach Chamber had been in the festival hosting game a long time. Big Bob Dority’s 1968 and Sharon McGraw’s 1978 answers were mingled into a host of dates ranging from 1983 to 2009. The shirt is neatly folded, and put back into the vault. Maybe next time. The most-correct-all-thetime Knight of the Trivia Roundtable Sir Morrie Drees was on the planning committee. Which %$%-<#!-).-" the trivia, but he recalled serving with Marianne Berrigan, Bill Cobb, David Brannen, David McDonald, Alec Pay, Dr. Andy Gygi and Jane Waters. The festival was held at the Boardwalk and featured everything from belly dancers to sky divers to compliment the seafood vendors. The event went away, but re-emerged in 2008 as Taste of the Beach. Set for September 14-15 this year. Don’t look for funnel cakes and out of town vendors. It showcases beach restaurants. No belly dancers but a Mermaid Parade and a guest appearance from everyone’s favorite Celebrity Chef Andrew Zimmern. Are you ready for the Fourth +, ./#"%"H# your eyes on this picture trivia… .!-!-H '! ", identify this Beach character will win an Island Times t-shirt. Yes, he’s dressed as Uncle Sam. And, no, that’s not the answer. Send the correct answer to islandtimes@ bellsouth.net with trivia in the subject line. The Trivia Master asks that you include your name and phone number with your answer. Deadline to answer is July 2. Good luck! GUESS THE DATE Turn to page 10 to enter the Red Fish, Blue Fish “Guess The Opening Date” Game. You might .-"#M>2-## at the new soundside restaurant. DES RO No one can defy Deb Fried)#"N"!-#)#$OF ance" which just happens to be written by her brother, Clark Perry. The show airs on the SyFy Channel on Mondays at 8 p.m. Part video game, part television series, "Defiance" has been picked up for a second season. GLAMOROS GMA Pandora de Balthazar is trad-"2-"!-"@ % swimsuits and pink floats for blue jeans and matchbox cars. Her son Robert and wife Megan welcomed Jackson Martin Cooke into the family June 13. Jackson has two big sisters to show him the ropes, Kaitlyn and Kenady. According to his grandmother, the eight pound baby boy is perfect. RANDROPS ARE OK Darla and Scott Luebcke expect rain to fall on their wedding anniversary. Since the couple were married in a torrential downpour June 9, 2012, the raindrops that fell while they celebrated !#""-1#,#%# romantic memory for the couple. If you want to say congrats, look for Darla cruising around in her new 2013 Chevy Cruze, which replaces her former car affectionately known as Myrtle the Turtle. MORE MSC Tom Gantt sent a note to Island Times because he’s a fan of the Evenings in Old Seville, the free Thursday night concerts hosted in the historic Seville Square. The upcoming bands are: June 27 Sarah Mac Band, July 11 Heritage Band, July 18 Delta Reign and July 25 Mass Kunfusion. The entire schedule is at www.EveningsInOldeSevilleSquare.com. ALL ANDS ON DECK Even Krewe of Wrecks deckhands grow up and get real jobs. Liz Hewson, who was an original deckhand and is now part owner of Broad Area Consulting, recently received an email from the Small Business Association regarding a government contracting seminar in Orlando. It brought a smile to her face to see that Lola Kress, a 1987 deckhand, was in charge of all media inquiries. PNK TRNS GREEN Palm Beach Club resident Rick Gordon said his grandkids have nicknamed the west end condos “The Pink Palace.” The complex has gone green, installing turtle friendly lighting in their first floor waterfront fixtures. Rick’s grandkids will be visiting from Dallas next week.

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PAGE 5 Island Times June 25, 2013 Will you join the Tar Ball Team Santa Rosa Island Authority Executive Director Buck Lee received approval at the June 12 Full Board meeting to request that Beach residents volunteer to monitor the Beach for tar balls. “The Coast Guard has stopped clean-up operations on Pensacola Beach,” said Lee. “On 2"@#2%#,#$#.#! "!$#!#"%."%/". about it. We need the residents’ help. Unfortunately, it has come to this.” According to Lee, a letter .-$"-%"< ing they sign up to monitor an area near their home on calm %#,&'!1".be asked to report by phone any tar balls found. The Authority %".#"--"-/ .#!%-)#-#? report it. “BP has clean up teams stationed in Navarre, but the report-"2,)#.-!##! 800 number in Washington,” Lee noted. “Then Washington calls the Coast Guard in Alabama and they dispatch the BP team. That could take a long time. This is a terrible situation.” Monitoring in the commercial core may have to be ad%%$,!$-".!-! ##%)31"-%#>. to the Holiday Inn Express. Lee noted that at least 10 "%-%%.# $-"2)1%./,)! sands on Pensacola Beach by !#"./&7.# documented and reported to the Authority. 8#-%!,.%-/ around until this thing is finished,” Lee commented. “Well, --""-!%&: The Board voted unanimously to support Lee’s request. ".$-"1" .#1%&'!F., and Hot Spots Bait and Tackle .-##7""-2!&0) #%(#52.#,'.-$/ their guided tours from Tiki Island Golf and Games. Pensacola Beach native Nicholas Sexton’s Gulf Coast Pedicabs should be accepting passengers by July 1. Next year’s visitors to Pen###!.-2-")#-" -"#".$-%-"2##".# tion. The Board tasked Architect +!"'-.-!%#-"2#"6 "-"#".Q--* Information Center. According to Lee, construction could begin as early as October. Gulf Islands National Seashore has requested that SRIA Public Safety Director Bob West Authority Sees Residents To Monitor Tar alls On eachprovide lifeguarding services at Opal Beach, Langdon Beach and Johnson Beach next summer. 9.-##-)# for the National Seashore. 8'!-.-"!5673 a thing,” said West. “Actually, it may help us. We respond to offer mutual aid for those rescue calls -2-"#-"2###!.!-! is currently unguarded. If this ./!,.-!#1. trained lifeguards ensuring the public safety.” The Santa Rosa Island Authority received an appreciation #.#%"%$,D#-#F#1A"#,Q-("5#-" and Nan Harper, President of the Sister Cities, as a result of the Spanish delegation’s visit to Pen###!%-"2!#1 Day celebration. During the Board Member’s Forum Dave Pavlock requested that the Authority commend Ron #%"."5!#22,*!support of the Pensacola Beach 3-5!.& 8A-#,#$-" here on the Beach and stepped -))%-#,"#"-# "!-!3-5!.: said Pavlock. “That type of community spirit that should be ac/".%2%&: The Board voted to recog"-#%"#!+,>35!.-"& 3$%2./!.% the Full Board meeting. The Santa Rosa Island Au!-,())-.-) Wednesday, June 26 at 5 p.m. at !$#%)#R>Q-#%"#& '!)-"2.-$.%$, a Budget Workshop and a special Full Board meeting. The meetings are open to the public. Agendas ##1#-#$#...&-#@#&)& ana sa Island Aui Eeuie ie u ee, le, aes an aeiain aad sen e diniaies isied m aaaiaa, ain Te aad as esened na ie nsul ain aia ais, ene, and ise iies Pensala Pesiden an ae, June 12 a e IA meein

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PAGE Island Times June 25, 2013 aii peas, porridge and a dry martini 850-21-242Owner Peggy Henshall is ready to keep you in stitches!auniem aunieamnames, logos, custom artsmall or large quantities Marias Fresh Seafood MarketTake a little bit of the Gulf Coast home! Fresh from the boats daily We can cold pack for travel or ship anywhere.621 Cervantes Street #!"# Call for directions fro the each aiva Serving Breakfast and Lunch Award winning service... iaTarr mens nil eals Tar LindaMurphyRealtor@bellsouth.net www.pensacolagulfbreezehomes.com independenl oned and operaedComputer Repair in Your Home www.ycpals.com joe@ycpals.com Perfected in 1957 by Grandma DorothyAailale a Ale ae and Je PaisTry Grandas favorite roccoli Salad recipe 4D Heads up islanders, there’s a new sheriff in town! Well actually it’s just a Beach Deputy in an unmarked Ford two-door extended cab pick-up truck. I’m not telling any secrets here B#",@ -!@ #! ing lights on your cover is basically blown. I know I’m telling my age when I reminisce about things and ladies are never supposed to do that. Well, women do and I, for one, am proud of it. I’m also proud of the years I’ve survived despite the twists, turns and obstacles in my life. I have learned for sure that getting older is not for the faint of heart. Another thing, I will not go gracefully as I once thought with my young, foolish mind. I plan to use up everything I have so there’s nothing left in this old body when it’s time to slide on over to the other side. I, along with a few of my friends Christine Hewerdine, Lois Jernigan, Larry Keever and later this year, Rita Love-Perry, .-#!! "#,# -%#%&S!#)#" we all turn 59. And yes, that means next year we will hopefully hit the big “Six-Oh” and I say hopefully because we all know the alternative. For right now, we’re the youngest we’ll ever be again and think we should take full advantage of it. I’ve decided that I will no longer even bother trying to remember Birthdays. Instead, I plan to send a birthday card to someone whenever I think of them and their birthday. Does it really have to be someone’s birthday Who made that rule Think what a nice surprise it would be to get a birthday card months away from your actual birthday. S#!))$-"2 that’s the hard part. I went downstairs last week for a trip to the store. When I reached the car, I decided to go ahead and check the mail. So, I did. The next thing I realize I’m heading back inside the house already half-way up the stairs. Then I remembered, “Oh yeah, I was going, not coming home.” And that is a true story….. My older sister, Brenda Dawson of Albany, Georgia was diagnosed with early on-set dementia last year. It really breaks my heart and I call her a lot more often now. When I mentioned it to my doctor, she started me on some new prescription vitamin. It is supposed to help you remember and stay focused. Last ./--/%), but I still had a week’s supply. ,!-)7 "-!%!% prescription, I somehow lost the new one. I still haven’t found it and it’s been over a week. I guess they’re not really working all that well anyway. So, what was I talking about Oh yeah, getting older. Just kidding, I remember. When you read this, I will have begun my journey of the last year of my -%#%#"%.-! be older. If you notice it, please don’t mention it. Just buy me a odka Cocktail instead. Last week Bill was watching the Chiller channel when he came into the bedroom and woke me, because Jane was on T. Most of y’all know I wake up with “fog brain.” Anyway, I had no idea what Jane he was even talking about. He had paused the T but it had unpaused itself and I didn’t see anyone I recognized. By that time, he had told me it was Jane Waters Cooper whom he had seen on the show. I was heartbroken at having missed her interview but in the last ten minutes Jane appeared looking so beautiful, I was stunned speechless. I never heard a word she said. All I could do was stare and think, “It’s Jane! Right there!” The show is called “Unsolved Mysteries” and this episode is “Real People, Real UFO’s”. It originally aired April 24, 2004 although the interview took place in 1992. The episode obviously centered on all the UFO activity in Gulf Breeze and surrounding areas back when it was considered a hot spot for sightings. I have no idea what any of it meant or why it happened. It was extraordinary and I would love it if we could all watch the episode together sometime, so if you run across it let me know. I do have an idea that right about now, our Jane would be asking, “Where’s the recipe” This week it is my favorite cake. Pineapple was one of the few fruits not grown where I lived in my childhood. Of course, that meant we didn’t get it very of"&,!#1,% "--", know it has to be my favorite. So, let’s cook………Pineale side-n ae1-1 cups buer soened diided 1 cup paced bron sugar 1 can 20 o. crushed pineapple 10 12 araschino cherries opional 1 cup chopped pecans 1-12 cups sugar 2 eggs 1 bsp. anilla 2 sp. baing poder sp. baing soda sp. sal 1 cup buermil In a saucepan melt 23 cup butter stir in brown sugar and crushed pineapple. Spread on the bottom of ungreased 13 x 9 baking pan. Sprinkle with cherries and pecans. In a large mixing bowl, cream the sugar and remaining butter until light. Beat in eggs and vanilla. Com$-"!@ #"%%,-" gredients add to creamed mixture alternately with buttermilk, beating well after each addition. Carefully pour over the pineapple. Bake at 350 degrees for 50-60 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Serve warm or cold with whipped cream optional. Enjoy, share and don’t forget to laugh! Have a safe Fourth of July. See ya in the kitchen…….. Island Times Blogwhere shelly waters meet sandy beachesŽwww.myislandtimes.com

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Island Times PAGE 7 June 25, 2013 Jennifer Byrom, P.A. !The hiring of a layer is an iportant decision that should not e ased solely upon advertiseents (&&&((&&E&F*$>Tr irar i air916-9000 Sunday Services Worship y the Water 9 AM Flounders each gucorg Our Lady Catholic Church 9:4 AM Avenida 1 Via De Luna stanngulfreeeorg Pensacola each Church 10 AM Avenida 1 Via de Luna theeachchurchco Central Waterside Church 9 AMiini each ar iing Bacpacing no i pparel oc limbing ear opes hoes ndoor oc limbing alleaedsne ens and mens asual ud lin a 136 FORT PICKENS ROADPENSACOLA BEACH850-932-9336 riaLOBBY CLOSED FROM 1-3 PM EACH DAY. DRIVE UP OPEN DURING ALL BANKING HOURS. !"#$% &'(% ()*+#,"* !$%Bank of the South Island Branch "#$%& uzz........................B Business-/0012$There’s all kinds of news being served up by the Chamber’s Taste of the Beach committee. The preliminary round of the Island Times Dessert Contest is tonight at 6 p.m. at Crab’s. Boogie Inc will be supplying a closed circuit video feed so that Celebrity Chef Andrew Zimmern’s September 14 cooking demo will be broadcast in the festival dinning tent. Over-sized television monitors will be located in the tent so guests can see and hear the chef’s presentation. Retro busses will be available on Saturday to give you a lift to the festival. They will have a limited route with pick up near ia de Luna and Avenida 18. Check out the online details and sign up for the festival newsletter at www.tasteofpensacolabeach. com.&2-1&*1The Krewe of Bananimals will keep you hydrated during the Pensacola Beach Air Show, July 12-13. They will be located under the Show Central endor’s Tent selling ice cold bottled water $"!5#"#6#G-%* House.$*1-/2*0-/Kids approve of the Santa Rosa Island Authority’s new playground equipment located at Gowens Park. Slides,climbing area and swings all in a new wood-look set are ready for locals and tourists to spend some time playing. The park which also has a basketball court is located on ia de Luna and Avenida 11. $23&**If you get a sore throat while on vacation, or have a minor medical emergency that does not require a trip to the ER, Pro Health Clinic is open in Gulf "F#"% across from Gulf Breeze Hospital. 1--#",M&5#, well, but know help is there if you need it. /4$$-//2Red Fish Blue Fish is giving Island Times readers a chance to guess their opening date. Page ten has more details. ($+-/141$There’s a few more days !6%5"#$ before you spend a day in the Gulf visit Weatherford’s on Cervantes Street. If you are looking for gear or garb for an outdoor activity, they have it. Call 433-2822 for easy directions from the Beach. +3325**Country music has left the twang behind and become popular with all kinds of music lovers. It was in short supply on the Beach, so the Boardwalk merchants decided to host Country Sunday, each week from 4 to 8 p.m. in the Amphitheatre. There is no charge to attend. &2/342-1&-Do you want to know what that means American Kobe burger and glass of Belle Glos Clark Telephone Pinot Noir at The Grand Marlin at 9 p.m. nightly. www.thegrandmarlin.com.+25$+0&&60**Pensacola Beach trolleys. Run 4 to Midnight, daily. Grab your friends and take a free ride. .%%/%466676 86+'*).9:(6;< <<(66*<7%=: ->66%6?(<&6?:

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PAGE 8 Island Times June 25, 2013 The Lizzards Tongue ...........by elizabeth hewson Someone is up to gnome good on Pensacola Beach. Do you know who it is It all began a couple of Saturdays ago. I was standing in my driveway, graciously accepting fresh cherry tomatoes and banana peppers from the gardens of my neighbors, Penny and Becky. Jokingly, I said I cant grow anything but dollar weeds and as I pointed to my planter full, I spotted the cutest little gnome statue lounging on a battery operated light. "Is he part of the bountiful harvest, too" I asked. They both just shook their heads no and we chuckled that I had been gnomed. I took a picture of my cute little fellow, with his red shirt, blue pants, green vest and yellow boots, and posted him to Facebook in hopes that someone would confess to being the one up to gnome good. Gnome such luck. As the days progressed, others starting commenting that they had also been left a precious little statue in their sea oats or on their balcony steps or even under their lemon tree. I started compiling a list of suspects based on the recipients. Suspect number one was my own son, the Kid. Paulette Provost, Kim Schmitz and I were !"%2")-" yard. The Kid knows all three of #"%72%!?)-2!!#1 inherited some prankster genes from his parents. I envisioned him purchasing the gnomes at the Beach Church Community Yard Sale and riding his bike from house to house. Like a true land shark, he has fallen under the whimsical and loving spell of Ms. Paulette and Ms. Kim kept a watchful eye on him throughout his freshman year at Gulf Breeze. Then Shelley Johnson found one in her yard. At that point, I crossed him off the list unless he had a co-gnomespirator in Gulf Breeze. Possibly Jim Cox, which lead me to my next suspect. Suspect number two was Lila Cox. Paulette, Kim, Shelley and I all have a common bond with Lila. When questioned, she had the perfect alibi. Packing boxes and moving. No time for practical jokes. Though she liked this one. Then more recipients came forward: Becky Shearman and Kathi Lewis. Someone mentioned that it was I who was gnoming people in the middle of the night. Nothing like having to admit to a friend that you dont really know where they live. Fortunately the friendship is still in tact, and I was taken off the viable gnome suspect list. Technically suspect number four was ueen Shugah, Jayne Drees Redmond. However, even I knew that Jayne has been preoccupied with keeping all tropical activity away from the Gulf Coast and in her spare time catching Red Snapper the same size she is. Had I taken the time to question her, she would have just given me a hearty laugh and called me a "sorry dog." Suspect number five was Amy Cheshire Depew. She also thought it was a great idea and was honored to be in the gnome line-up. It wasnt Amy, but she keenly pointed out that each recipient received a statue unique to their gnomeness. Kims said "Welcome." Shelley and Beckys gnomes were various versions of "Hear no evil. See no evil. Speak no evil." Paulettes was completely dressed in red with his little arms holding a dish. Kathis was a traditional garden gnome and mine doubled as a light. This had me thinking suspect number six would have to be someone who was a sensitive and intuitive prankster. I was convinced it was Krewe of Coma U"(!-,(/&5!! GMO -Gnome Modus Operandi -and was at the community yard sale where many gnomes had been sold. As she handed me my ballot to vote in the most recent election, I seized upon the opportunity to question her at gnomes length -basically short and to the point of a red triangular hat with fur. Like the other suspects she thought it was a great idea, wished she had thought of it. Then to try to throw me off, she mentioned some potential suspects, none of which had a total connection to all the ladies involved. There is an old trick I learned as a Marine Corps wife. When more than 10 women are gathered in a room, fueled by food and alcohol, almost any puzzle can be solved. Each person says what she knows and once the dots are connected, the picture is perfectly clear or at least less fuzzy. And though we were never 100 sure -.2%!#-" return date of our Marines, we had at least tried. So I deployed this tactic at Mental Health Night. By the end of the evening, I had one "#4;#,+!"'!)#& I am not sure why Nasty John would want to remain agnomenymous because this was an awesome act of kindness and fun. Every day I see my little guy, I light up knowing that someone took the time to think of me. Not to mention the fact, he adds some class to my dollar weeds. Perhaps Nasty John isnt the true gnomer. In fact, I may never know who is up to gnome good. I guess I should just leave well enough agnome. Until next time...

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PAGE 9 Island Times June 25, 2013 LOCATED ON THE BOARDWALK TTTJude Hunter of Sabine Drive has tamed the FCAT. His family wanted to congratulate him for posting perfect marks on the standardized test. The Beach School fourth grader received a letter and certificate of achievement from Governor Rick Scott.TTTPensacola Beach’s Reilly and Maddie Thompson along with Beach School Grad Sage Dunne were part of the Gulf Breeze LaCrosse Under 15 team that earned a second place in the state contest in Gainesville. In addition to being outstanding athletes, the three ladies are academic aces as well. Congrats. Te llin l eee i l sdens aieed n ll sas e inal nine ee adin eid ir A HONOR ROLL Anna Bailey, Samantha Burleigh, Alaina Burns, Maylee Crockford, Matthew Craighead, PJ Dunne, Jack Ettelson, Adam Foley, Kendall Hoover, Jessica Koch, Alexa McKnight, Madison Penico, Eric Post, Sarah Grace Stewart and Kaitlyn Tutt AB HONOR ROLL Chase Dupuis, Thomas Fitzgerald, Kyle Fogel, Nicholas Gomez-Wukich, Marina Johnson, Michael Lillo and Harley Taylor ir A HONOR ROLL Savannah Dunne, Mollie Johnson, Mitchell Robbins, Ciara Spencer, Kimberly Stilson, Ashley Truax, Bailey Trcinski and Haley Watson AB HONOR ROLL Christopher Brandon, Kylie Feltenberger, Reghan Elliott, Cate Hodges, Andrea Wassner r A HONOR ROLL Caroline Craighead, Madeline Mateer, Duncan Niven, Sara Post AB HONOR ROLL Morgan Armstrong, Savannah Crowdis, William Green, Jon Grigsby and William Royer r A HONOR ROLL Jace Amberson, Jacob Baldwin, Harry Hewson, Lia Lampone, Emily Larsen, Madison Thompson and Alexandria Slobodian AB HONOR ROLL Sara Burnett, Gage Smith, Anna Larsen, Marley Taylor, Kassidy Stahl, Hannah Watson and Robert Wright nas e llin sdens ein named e l eee iddle l n ll ra A HONOR ROLL Colin Adams, Benton Byrd, Shelby Dunne, Mary Elliott, Kylie Finkbone, Jack Flores, Maddie Grace McCurdy, Reddon McLaurine, Dylan Skutt and Reilly Thompson AB HONOR ROLL Parker Baynes, Justin Fruitticher, Daniel Green, Julia Massey and Joshua Priest ra A HONOR ROLL Blair Amberson, Abigail Jacobs, Macy Mateer, Meredith McCurdy, Lauren Stokes, John Sweet and Zofia Uszok AB HONOR ROLL Chase Allen, Bryce Callahan, James Cartwright, Taylor Duhe, Heidi Elkins, Adeleine Frierdich, Avery Gibson, Alexandra Salazar and Katelyn Stahl ra A HONOR ROLL Carlee Amberson, Anna Jacobs, Chloe Huntley, Hannah May, Cayson McCurdy, Grace Reece, Sophia Slobodian, Madison Therrell, Joshua Thompson and Sydney Truax. AB HONOR ROLL Madison Clay, Ariel Deputy, Kaitlyn Hamrick and Harrison ODaniel Te ses ae allied and e llin ensala ea lemena l sdens ee named e n ll e inal nine ee adin eid TaraTrraa A HONOR ROLL Sofie Babcock, Mason Bourgeois, Tanner Braxton, Erin Johnson, Chloe Kauffman, Matthew McCurdy, John McDowell, Dylan Renfroe and Jon Sawyer Smith AB HONOR ROLL Ella Amos, Ashley Etheredge, Grant Gainnie, Cali Hargrove, Kimberly Noble, Tekoah Roby and Zachary Smoker riraa A HONOR ROLL Lauren Kent, Max Mateer, Ryland McCurdy and John Turk AB HONOR ROLL Micha Clark, Macy Claire Cronin, Alana DePascalis, Lauren Feltenberger, Lobbies Frierdich, Elise Kersch, Kai Hoffert, Jude Hunter, Ryan Jenkins, Mia Montgomery, Azzi Parries, Jocelyn Reeves and Lauren Thompson arirra A HONOR ROLL Natalia Dadisman and Ryan Johnson AB HONOR ROLL Metallica Bourgeois, Taylor Brame, Gracie Clay, Josh Crawford, Brianna Dizon, Skylar Farej, Emory Gardner, Aubree Hampton, Elena Hynes, Max Kronlage, Jack Landis, Michael Mabire, Kacie May, Matthew McCoy, Savannah Persky and Savannah Smokeriaaara A HONOR ROLL Baylen Crance, Katie Turk and Aiden Bebout AB HONOR ROLL Eliza Abston, ictoria Garza, Maggie Feltenberger, Zach Giovanini, Eli Jones, Morgan Kronlage, Gracyn Phelps, Daniel Selogy, Gavin Stickland, Hollyn Will and McKell Spring The School Bell Rings

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PAGE 10Island TimesJune 25, 2013 all ennis emes 850-384-707 denemm denemdenemmaT ? oes for Sale GLF REEE 43 209900 21 99900 NAVARRE rand ne eautiful ne soundfront counity located just 3 iles est of the ridge 33 12900 Call for a personal tour unnin n ana sa und u n ea i 173 aes uild u deam me 180,000 ne ill diide Chec out y other residential lot listings: Gulf reee <(G!# @"06G, @"0G!# @ G" addl locations #6 G" @ G6 eaued isin aen Gul eee COMING THIS SUMMER TOPENSACOLA BEACH, FLDirectly Across from the Hilton Recycled uptown style on the beach. A funky casual vibe mixed with global environmental design. Fast fresh Gulf Coast fish and chips, hand cut fries, homemade burgers and first rate cocktails will be served from stylishly repurposed shipping containers. USE THIS QR CODE TO ENTER OUR CONTEST. Simply submit your guess for the date well open. Studio98 HAIR DESIGNS TT a we offerae Esenuals FULL SERVICE HAIR SALON Call for easy directions fro the each studio9hairdesignsco lundes ea as mmandeeed a un iaes, June 8 Te u ei-ea-lds ae memes e Piae aseall eam m Pensala a annn annin anied e enie een i inluded lun, ames and an aads eemn e sn, Pae, n, seed as e eams ie en ses n a iae, aseall a mm, annin is a eae a nlea Elemena l Wounded Warrior Anglers Come To BeachRetired Marine Corps Lt. Col. Dave Glassman does not forget what it means to serve. He is the force behind bringing one dozen AHERO wounded warriors to the Beach, August 15-18 for !-"2#"%%-1-"2-& The group needs financial support to cover meals, travel and lodging. The airfare is approximately 6,000. If you would like to support this effort, donations in any amount are graciously accepted. Contact Glassman at glassmands@gmail.com or call 850-449-4023.

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PAGE 11 Island Times June 25, 2013 mmeial esidenial Aaisal, nsulin ales 103 ayridge Dr Gulf reee FL 0-934-19 gdanielgreenco G aniel Geen, AI, A ae-e Gen EA 83 eal Esae e 179 AE EAe undesand u insuane needs850-23-8092A TA A TE faily oned and operated independent insurance agency ie, usiness Au le mmeial eile menes ld (((:):-@)A):-@ Island Times rara raariai rair LVNG RNGS T N WE TAKE T OTCarpet pholstery Cleaner /%&)HI& =2H'4H2.-8 Peed eam lean Pess n e !"161 !# Exceeding Clients ExpectationsŽparadisecoastalrealty.com Kimberlee Bell Joe Billingsly Robbin Boyd Christine Furman Ardythe Haas Kevin Hayes Jennifer McCrary David Owens Shana Santos Fred Simmons Sandy Zern !!"###Soundfront Three edrooTo ath in Villa Saine Fixer pper eing sold AS S What happens when your computer’s hard drive crashes When your computer starts up, the disk platters inside your computer’s hard drive begin to spin. A platter resembles a CD, but it is very rigid. That is why it is called a hard drive, as opposed #@ ,%-1&9-!%#,* technology, they typically spin at about 10,000 rpm’s. Over several years, that adds up to a lot of miles on the hard disk. There are multiple platters and multiple read .-!#%!#@ ##$1! surfaces of the spinning platters. Since data can be stored on both the top and the bottom surfaces of each platter, there are two heads per platter. The heads may strike the platters, causing a crash. When the readwrite head strikes a spinning platter, the head cuts into the magnetic covering of the platter and causes data loss and, possibly, damage to the head. That might happen when you turn the computer off by holding the computer’s power button down, or if you move the computer while it is operating. A sudden power failure -",!) #"# trigger a head crash. With age, or because of poor manufacturing standards, the motor that drives the spinning platters might also become weak, causing the platters to slow down or stop spinning. When a hard disk has failed in that way, it is often possible to hear a ticking sound coming from the computer. The electronic components that provide instructions to the hard disk might fail due to corrosion, causing a crash. The user’s personal data is not readily accessible after that kind of failure. Recovery service companies that can retrieve data from broken hard disks charge a lot of money for their work. The cost of analysis of one hard drive would start at more than 1,000, with no guarantee of success. Most often, the solution is to replace the hard disk and restore the computer to operating condition, using the original software. Hopefully, the owner has backed #!"# #" other disk source so that it can be copied to the new computer disk. With an advertised rating of 1.2 million hours between failures, you would think that disks should last forever, but if you look that the annualized failure rate,it is a much lower number. Eventually, all disks will fail. For questions, contact Joe at joe@ycpals.com. Bytes & Bits rra

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Island Times June 25, 2013 PAGE 12 av rTrai$7!%/&(/8*/+ % +#69%# 22 -:!&%# 8%;% <#'#% '299# ntegrat ing traditional health anageent ith natural and alternative approaches rTrai EE EIE B L B PL GS usan aselon-elleMary Kay Independent Beauty ConsultantHeres to a more beautiful you! ree i ih orders oer 40as ordering online or b phone 850-9-865 ara.comshaselon S S S S unrise and S unset "$+ Jambo Hello everybody. ead and sldes nees and es nees and es My two granddaughters are preschool age and these songs bring back fun memories. This song puts a smile on my face. My step quickens as in my youth. All of sudden there are rainbows in the sky full of possibilities. Remember, babies over 6 months are still incredibly vulnerable to Mother Nature. The environment, U damage, affects their delicate skin more rapidly than our seasoned adult body suits. How many times have you been a little pink during the day Then the next morning, the little pink can be bright red. Ouch! Sun exposure in the northern part of the United States is a ratio of 10 to 1. One summer spent on the beaches in the Pensacola area equals ten summers in the northern states. Statistics tell us that you receive between half to threequarters of your total lifetime sun exposure during your first 18 years. Children spend a good deal of their time outdoors. All the home activities, the school trips, outings to the zoo add up. You can never apply too much sunscreen when it comes to children. Do you have a shot glass in your beach bag Well, if you do, half a shot glass of sunscreen will do for a toddler. Reapply often, every two hours, and particularly after they are wet. Please note toddlers will protest! Overcast days also apply to sunscreen rules. 80 percent of U rays can penetrate those cloudy skies. Please reapply even if the label indicates the sunscreen is waterproof or water-resistant. My dear friend told me the story of slathering her sweet toddler with sunscreen and the tops of her feet were red as a beet the next day. In addition to the obvious areas, don’t forget: ears, neck, backs of legs, tops of feet, and coat the lips with lip balm. Toddler sized sunglasses and hat complete your toddler’s attire. ead and sldes nees and es As my father says, off we go like a herd of dirty turtles. ='#"8 r Off we go like a herd of dirty turtles” #: #8:8"' '> Send your answer to: slhb.mk@susanhaselton.com Enjoy your family time. uaharini until we meet again. Former Pensacola Beach Elementary student and beach resident, Nikki Couppee, has become a renowned jewelry designer, featured in ogue Magazine Brazil. She received an MFA from Kent State and worked as artist in residence at Mendocino Art Center in California. Couppee has been selected to participate in an international jewelry fair in Amsterdam, but needs some help from her beach friends. “By contributing to my campaign you will help me acquire materials, traveling expenses and the registration fees involved for this project,” said Couppee. isit www.nikkicouppee. com for details and to donate. Beach Kid Turned Artist Needs Help

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Island Times PAGE 13 June 25, 2013THE ISLANDER LOUNGE AND PACKAGEA bit of history. The oldest lounge on Pensacola Beach located in the ia de Luna Shopping Center, about one mile east !# -2!&5-# daily. Dance on the pole. drink #!&5!@ $#%&C#Cypress Room and Sundeck. Live music. Just steps away from The Break., our sister establishment. Open everyday for fun. 850-932-9011.SHAGGYS WATERFRONT BAR & GRILLFresh seafood served overlooking Little Sabine Bay. #@ # through the open air dining room and side bar. Laid back, funky, family friendly. Arrive by boat or car, bike or on foot. Open everyday at 11 a.m. in the big red building on Pensacola Beach Boulevard. 850-934-4852. www.shaggys.biz PADDY OLEARYS IRISH PUBMay the luck of the Irish be with you as you enter the Beach’s authentic Irish Pub. Happy bartenders serving Happy Hour priced drinks Monday thru Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Have you tried a Car Bomb Electronic Darts. Texas Hold Em 4444 Fun. Live music. All kinds of shenanigans. Located in the historic district of Pensacola Beach, 49 ia de Luna. Call 850-916-9808. www. PaddyOLearysIrishPub.com. FLOUNDERS CHOWDER HOUSECelebrating 30 years of Floundering neath the moon and stars. Offering fresh Seafood including Tuna, Mahi and of course Flounder! Award winning chowder, po boys, burgers and Pensacola Beach Style baked oysters. Sample our Fresh catch including the Shrimp Boat Platterloaded with shrimp cocktail, BB shrimp, fried shrimp, popcorn shrimp #"%C)&G-%1-#5!-#,2"%#% on our beach well within view of dining parents. For late night 1"%*-!!.%* "$#!$#"%& Dance all night on Flounder’s beach to the most popular bands from across the south. "%#,#./&5"%#,"!&3!'# -2!" beautiful Pensacola Beach, 850-932-2003 ...&@ "%!.%!&)CRABS WE GOT EMOnly restaurant on Pensacola Beach offering breath taking views of the Gulf while dining directly on the beach. Come as you are straight off the sandy beach and enjoy our indoor outdoor bar and gulf side deck. Crabs has the largest selection of Crab on the beach, was voted Best Crab by News Journal readers. She Crab Soup, Stuffed Blue (#$3#/#"5".G-"2 F"2",* "% them all! We have many other seafood favorites on our menu as well as a great assortment of chicken, steaks and pasta dishes. Don’t forget to try one of our signature drinks like The Crab Trap’ which come with a souvenir glass to keep! Open 7 days a week. Sunday Brunch with live Steel Band. Look for the Red Roof. 850-932-0700 www.crabswegotem.comMCGUIRES IRISH PUB"3)-#*2##/!V%,1-"2C5F3 -)5#/#%#"%7-!-#--"%-"27-! man’s bouillabaisse, Corned Beef and Cabbage and Shepherd’s Pie all inside a turn of the century New York Irish Saloon themed pub. McGuire’s is celebrated for its atmosphere, boasting more than 750,000 signed dollar bills hanging from the ceilings of the pub. Live entertainment coupled with great food and warm and friendly service by Employees who Give a Damn! isit our on-site brewery and the O’Tolf Wine Cellar featuring the complete vertical collection of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist Series. Featured on NBC’s Today’ Show, highly recommended by Fodors, Frommers and AAA travel guides, Florida Trend Magazine Hall of Fame Member. Open every day at 11, 850-433-6789, mcguiresirishpub.com After Sundown......................................................................................................SIDELINES SPORTS BAR AND RESTAURANT5WF"*)-#-"&5-#-"!-2!% "--">> big screens, 42 televisions. If it runs, jumps, races, it’s here. Famous for Thursday Wing Night. Burgers. Seafood and Ribs. G-%)"! J players. Full bar. Indoor or outdoor seating. ideo sports games. Centrally located on ia de "#?#!)#-"#/-"2#"%!# -2!&G-/ off at 11 a.m. seven days a week. 934-3660.SANDSHAKER LOUNGEThe “World Famous Sandshaker”a Pensacola Beach Tradition since 1973. Home of the Original Bushwacker. Been selling this signature drink for over 30 years. First bar on the Beach to offer this tasty frozen concoction. Monday half price BARE 10 a.m. til close T Hold’Em at 7 p.m., 2 Tuesday XG##/9%"%#,M# dies Nite, Thursday half price T-Shirt Nite. Live Entertainment Year Round Wednesday thru Sunday. Check out the Gift Shop. Across from the Boardwalk. Open 10 am 3 am. 850-932-2211. www.sandshaker.com PARADISE BAR AND GRILLA little bit of paradise at this open air, island style bar with its own private white sand beach. Pull up a rattan stool. Cold beer. Live Music. Exotic Libations. Friendly locals. Lunch and Dinner everyday. Sandwiches. Salads. Fresh Catch of the Day. Renee’s Famous Shrimp Salad. Happy Hour 11-7. Live Bands. Poker on Monday and Wednesday. Tucked away in the parking lot of the Paradise Inn, it’s directly on Santa Rosa Sound. Boat and Bicycle parking. Open 7 days. 850-916-5087.PEGLEG PETESAhoy, Matey. You’ve found a Pensacola Beach treasure. Pirates welcome. Fresh Gulf seafood served in the galley or outside on the awning covered deck. Glass front bar overlooks LaFitte Cove. All kinds of oysters. Live lobster. Gumbo. Dinner specials nightly. Sizeable sandwiches and burgers for Landlubbers. Take home a t-shirt. Look for the Jolly Rogers @ ,-"21!."%!7#"%#>>-/"6#%& We’re here everyday at 11. 932-4139. www.peglegpetes.com BAMBOO WILLIES BEACHSIDE BARA beach experience under the giant thatched roof. Open air bar serving your favorites. Specialty Fat Tuesday frozen drinks like the Octane 190. Live music on stage. Bikini contests. Craw!-"5" day afternoons. Willie’s Wear Gift Shop. Waterfront on Santa Rosa Sound. Located at the Boardwalk. 850-916-9888. www.bamboowillies.com www.myislandtimes.com .....................................................................................

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Island Times PAGE 17 June 25, 2013 via limae onrolled el orage rie p ccess Boa Paring oing Pacing upplies27 igial ureillance ae lean ecure rea aes Proessional anagemen smasselsaem 15 lue ie Gul eeeforerly Storage Advantage ales Geen SAT 4FB -.)Never Hurts To Tri ana osa sland ri aurda cober 5 asino Beach .sriri.org a u E7"49 Via de Luna 916-90 %@.& /&.& )* oldEs n T as iendl a We have gone back to basics. Expect the same incredible quality food delivered in less time. ee u lu1 an li ee, an ime i E lael mu 250 an li ee, an ime i A lael mu850-932-1417 Open Air Waterfront Dining Area is DOG FRIENDLY for friendly dogs. Mon:ed eans ie 199Wed:aae 9 PM=&4&= 1 20J )&:G IE uy one entree & 88 Tri To wim It was 7 a.m. and 130 of us stood together on the shoreline of Santa Rosa Sound for a moment and then walked into the water. We waded out as a group toward the east end of the pier #! "#%.#/&'! water was warm and reasonably clear despite the sporadic rain during the week. It was Sunday, +">#"%!-.#! meeting of the Mere Mortals triathlon training group at Pen###!& Most of us had arrived by 6 a.m., signed in, spoken to old friends and then sat down at the band shell. After a half-hour of presentations about the program and a review of the plan for the day’s training, we were ready to get in the water and start swimming. Along with many experienced triathletes, there was #"#-#$")$8 -):-"!2&'!.# quite a variety of swim attire and all of us had on the obligatory swim caps and our goggles. I put my swim goggles on and adjusted them so they cupped my eye sockets securely .-!$-"2-2!&'!" standing in welcoming water, I put my face under the surface to ensure there were no leaks. '!.#.#$-",#"%7% see the bottom clearly. It was waist-deep where we were stand-"2&9.2-"2 .-) 100 yards down and then 100 yards back simple enough. We moved forward and the water churned into a white froth as 130 people started stroking quickly to the west. I like being in this fluid environment and feeling my breathing synchronized with ),!,-#)1)"&'! light and noise are above me, the quiet murkiness is below, I’m seemingly weightless and, for a moment I’m in an area -%&'!#)$. hands, feet and knees thrashing all around me serve to jolt me back into the reality of my situation. I contend with this gauntlet by trying to stay away from the frenetic movement and looking for open areas. I may have to swim faster or off to one side or the other, but I’m going "%!#!#tance. Fairly quickly we have negotiated the 200 yards and are standing again where we started. '!2%.-)) "-!%$ fore me and I turn and watch the -"%#! "-! $!-"%)&'!". swim 200 yards straight to the far end of the pier and tread water "-1,"-!&'!-quite tiring, but everyone makes it and we swim back. After 40 minutes of drills and more yardage, we will move to the shore to practice mass starts as in an ###&9 "-!#"%) of us go off on a short run to end the morning activities. You could have been there. Now, I already know what ,8C':-&72) thing like this: “yeah, I want to run a triathlon and I know I can handle the running and the bik-"2C'7*)"#$! .-)&:'!!-,!#1 be adept at all three disciplines and the truth also is that open.#.-))-"2-"'A3' hard. It takes technique and it takes practice. Over time you’ll develop your swimming skill set. You’ll increase your strength and endurance and you’ll be more %"-"!".#& -1),#"%-W Te 5 un sed in memGa Adams aaed 548 alees e sain line June 8 Te s ae eemnies ee eld a e andsae ee Ga Adams amil and iends aeed lunee and siml e ans e unnes Te eeds su slasis aea sudens A e een aa Adams, Tm Adams, eilia Adams, undius and a amaas PT ET I aia andsm, 23, le, ad n u aed all emale unnes ae e 4 <%-6$)-@;K>6(%6?(6<&66%(6?% e lnes disane mee e is m eden e sed a 1915 ean eall emale (:)$@>6>@$%&4 64 ?%%(6HL!;@:*6<& inluded a mmemaie ea ai PT IGT aa es, 9, m Pensala, and e usin Gaden ils, 11, as isiin m alina, meed in e Adams 5, June 8 Te me aads in ei eseie ae us ere orals raining roup undas Pensacola Beach egisraion euired. .rigulcoas.org Bushacer 5 aurda ugus Pensacola Beach .capun.ne

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PAGE 18 Island Times June 25, 2013 Tr BY DJ ZEMENICKraT Nest pdate: for Pensacola each Gulf slands National Seashore as of une 1: Perdido e Pensacola Beach 6 Picens ana osa DJs Beach Cafe 3 ia de una across from Springhill Suites 850-91-071 un11 AM TO 2 PM Everyday 8 AM -2 PM Fri & Sat 3 9 PM eaas8 AM TO NOON inneFRI SATWe certainly do have picky sea turtles this year. There have $"%#,.!" 1# crawls were found within one patrol area as though mama turtle %"*) "%!-2! place to nest. Perdido Key had 1##.")"-"2 $""&"#"!)"-"2 the Ft. Pickens area had four false #.$##!##-# sea turtle found a place to her lik-"2#"% "#,"%& Even a false crawl means paperwork for patrollers. In addi-"-")#-"-/%#-) %#,!#..#%-1% type of sea turtle the crawl indi##"%.#!"%--" there are many measurements .!-!)$#/"#%#. ing to accompany each which shows the location and even the direction and pattern of the crawl itself. You should see some of the artwork we submit trying to %"#!.-"%-"2 -"2-2#2#..%1$#!-")#-"important. You can imagine how much time could be taken up with multiple false crawls and a nest in one day since the information sheets must be completed during our patrol. Tick…tick…tick… the clock continues ticking for us "%"#<-/,#-$ which were laid overnight. In the event the nest was laid in an area .!--"-/,1-1 the biologist or bio-tech must be called to relocate the eggs before the embryo becomes attached to the inner surface of the egg shell. If they are jostled after that !#"!)$,)#,$#/ away from the shell and cease development. It is because of this time constraint that some people misunderstand when patrollers drive past trash on the beach without stopping to pick it up. Our re"-$--,"%-"2# ".!-!.!" and safeguard until the tiny endangered hatchlings emerge and make their way into the Gulf. Patrollers cringe to see trash on the beach because we know !%#%,"<") items such as balloons even de@ #%$#"J#-$#2#"% )" #)" !-"2-")#, cause if they blow into the Gulf. These are items which many patrollers are compelled to pick up even in a rush. Balloons and plastic bags can choke sea turtles or block their digestive system and the result can be starvation. A/#"% !-"2-"#"# horrible injuries to sea turtles or #",#J-!,2#"2% -"!-"-"%-"2! !-@ -& There are dwindling numbers of beaches we can visit which boast ribbons of bright sapphire #"%<-.#-/& There are fewer areas where wetlands and dunes and beaches are available for families to drive through to view colonies of endangered bird colonies nest-"2#"%@ %2-"2,#"% Great Blue Heron as they learn to @ !%&.$#! !#1!#)#"% .!-!#-%##"%<#/ beneath your feet. If you can "%!#-##%-<",#/#% stretches of condos or private residences which block it from the public. Places such as Pensacola Beach and the Gulf Island National Seashore which have both $#,#"%###$ 1")#-!) as the treasure they are and treat !)#,#1-"2$!-"% ),#"2#$#.##-!-"2#"% even dirty diapers. For those of you who walk out on the beach %#,2-1!#"/!.! thought to set aside and preserve the seashore and wildlife sanctuaries which flank our small community so that our children and grandchildren may continue "%-%-"!-$#, !2!!---)!#-"2 -"!.!-!#"% reassurance that some precious things will never change. C"-"-)-2!W Gulf Islands National Seashore Superintendent Dan Brown announced that a summer lecture series in cooperation with the Florida Public Archaeology Network will be hosted at the Fort Pickens Auditorium. All programs begin at 10 a.m. +,>4F&9--#) “Travelogue: Civil War in Florida” +,4;-!-" “Talking Smack: Sailing essels of Pensacola’s Fishing Industry” +,49#,"3$#!#)" “Pirates of Pensacola and other Bandini along the Gulf Coast: Blockade Running in Pensacola” August 6: Dr. Della Scott7"85!-./" sacola Bay” The programs are free of !#2V!.1!-#"M entrance fee to the Fort Pickens Area. For more information #!;#1#-1#/Q-("#= visit the website at www.nps.gov guis. Follow them on Twitter @ 2 #"%"-1%#-, messages or "tweets" on park programs and information.S

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Island Times PAGE 19 June 25, 2013 By Terri McKamey rarria PARASAILINGSMILE HIGH CLUBeel e Till in e l n s smilin een i Pensala ea a e adalAE ETA KAYAKSSINGLE/TANDEM850-932-5520eailinm PE 9 eae emiin HOBIE CATS SAIL AWAY PONTOON BOATSHOURLY/DAILY WAVERUNNERS FAST & FUNenals Inlude All sae ea Ee insuin As au e aa us paddle boards E ide u aain ae am 10 AM -Close alf Price DrinsShots for AE Custoers Poer PM. Trivia :30 PM 2 TE 10AM -Close 2 WineeerWell Karaoe ecy PM E Ladies Nite PM-Close 2 WineeerWell Fatty Waters and PM T PM-Close 12Price Drins Shaer Shirt Live Music PM SUN : 9PM TIL KARAOKE & MUSIC W/BECKY andsaem nline alenda Somethings always Shakin 850-932-2211 "-%-6%?-@(%' S VOTED TOP TENBest Beach Bar Floridaeacharco Wed, June 26, 8 pm Fatty WatersŽ Thur, June 27, 8 pm Ricky Phelps & Dennis GossmanŽ Fri & Sat June 28-29 9 pm 1 am Class XŽ Sun, June 30, 4-8 pm Posi TonesŽ Wed, July 3, 8 pm Something HugeŽ Thur, July 4, 8 pm After MidnightŽ Fri, July 5, 9 pm -1 am After MidnightŽ Sat, July 6, 9 pm-1am Something HugeŽ Sun, July 7, 4-8 pm Rez 7 The SolutionsŽ an Ameian adiin sine 1973 Get A Shaker Shirt! Visit our Gift Shop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e iinal isin i laudia Esenseid, unde, seed as e emee e Pin ue s isin de a lundes June 8 ML$%(64 %6-%(66!:H< ed nae i ii ael a e ei in e Pin ue s isin de a lundes June 8 e elle e u a und nae e d i anda add eneains e d ile eiin in e nae a e Pin ue s isin de a lundes June 8 a Ann senues laus as e 11 und Tus ei as annuned a Pin ue s isin de a lundes June 8

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