If you’ve been keeping up with our adventures in Pensacola Beach, you might be wondering what we planned next…

Day four was a blend of activities. We started the day with a morning walk along the sand. Yellow flags and a high-risk riptide warning meant that we would be staying out of the ocean. While my sister and her kids decided to hang out at the resort’s pool and water activity area, we chose to rest a little. The zoo had been really tiring. And, I’d overdone things with this morning’s walk. My fibromyalgia had flared up. So, me and the teen went back to the room to rest.

Being the mom who always packs the kitchen sink, I brought Wellness 1937’s Comfort Cream and Radiant Relief along for the trip. They came in super handy. I like to apply the Radiant Relief, first. Then, for an added knockout, I applied the Comfort Cream and enjoyed a heating pad. Within an hour or two, I was back to my old self.

In the afternoon, we all got back together for a sunset dolphin-sighting cruise on the Dolphin Express Charter. Captain Jeff and his deck hand showed us around the Santa Rosa Sound. Of course, the teen and I made sure to slather ourselves in CaniSun Face SPF 50 and Spray SPF 30. We enjoyed seeing pods of dolphins literally three to four feet away from where we were on the boat. Even the teen was quite impressed.

 

 

My niece, who is absolutely obsessed with the movie Titanic, finally got to have her own Rose moment at the bow of the boat.

 

After the dolphin cruise, we all went to the world famous restaurant Peg Leg Pete’s. The entire family enjoyed peoplewatching at Lafitte Cove Marina. We made sure to put ourselves on the waitlist early, as a two-hour wait is a regular, nightly occurrence. It was definitely worth the wait. We wound the night down with another walk along the beach, admiring the lights of the Pensacola Pier and neighboring resorts.

 

Stay tuned for day five of adventures with CaniSun.

 

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