It was another gorgeous day at the beach! There was a wonderful breeze and the Gulf was absolutely beautiful. BP Crews were out raking the sand and cleaning up any oil they found. Thanks for watching and we hope everyone has a great day!
Today was simply gorgeous! The water was clear and they day was just beautiful. There were a few people out on the beaches of Holiday Isle enjoying the sun & the water. We hope everyone has a wonderful day & the gulf continues to stay clear.
What a gorgeous day in Destin Florida. The Sky, Beach, & Gulf were beautiful and there was no sign of oil. We have been very fortunate and are thankful to still have such beautiful beaches. BP Clean-up Crews have done a great job of keeping our beaches clean. We thank them and hope everyone has a wonderful day!
Get ready to witness exhilarating stunts and heart-stopping maneuvers at the Pensacola Beach Air Show, July 9-10. The Navy’s flight demonstration team, the Blue Angels, along with civilian and other military aircraft will perform aerial acrobatics over the Gulf of Mexico during a weekend of high-flying fun. Air show fans will have four opportunities to see the world-famous Blues in action on Pensacola Beach.
The week kicks off with Blue Angels jets performing Circle & Arrival maneuvers at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, July 7. The Blues will also perform a practice session at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 8. The full dress rehearsal begins at noon on Friday, July 9 and includes civilian and other military aircraft with the Blue Angels flying Fat Albert (C-130) and F/A-18 Hornets. The main event, the Pensacola Beach Air Show, kicks off at noon on Saturday, July 10, with the Blue Angels flying at 2 p.m.
Aircraft and teams participating in the Pensacola Beach Air Show include:
Grumman Widgeon G-44 flown by Julian MacQueen
Prometheus flown by Skip Stewart
Red Star and the Dragon‚ÄďDragon Aviation
Fat Albert, a C-130 Hercules
The Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets
The complete Pensacola Beach Air Show schedule is as follows:
July 7 at 8 a.m. – Blue Angels Circle and Arrival maneuvers.
July 8 at 2 p.m. – Blue Angels Practice Air Show.
July 9 at Noon – Full Dress Rehearsal of Pensacola Beach Air Show. Blue Angels fly at 2 p.m.
July 10 at Noon – Pensacola Beach Air Show. Blue Angels fly at 2 p.m.
Other weekend activities on the beach include the Sounds of Summer free concert series featuring The Blenders, Friday-Sunday, July 9-11.
For a complete schedule of Pensacola Beach Air Show activities, contact the Pensacola Beach Visitors Information Center at (850) 932-1500 or (800) 635-4803. All events are subject to weather conditions and can change without prior notice.
Today we went down to Mainsail in Miramar Beach, FL.¬† The beach & Gulf were absolutely gorgeous.¬† In this video you can see BP Clean-up crews taking a break from the hot sun.¬† They have been down on the beach all week and been doing a great job.¬† We are very thankful for them and the hard work they do to keep our beaches clear of oil.¬† Thanks for watching and have a wonderful day!
Today was simple gorgeous!¬† The beaches were as white as can be and the Gulf a beautiful emerald green.¬† There was no sign of oil in the water or on the beach.¬† BP’s Cleanup Crews are doing a great job at keeping the beaches free of oil and we are glad that they are staying on top of things in our area.¬† Thanks for watching and we will continue to keep you posted.
Today was a bit overcast with a few showers.¬† We went down to the beach, at the Whale‚Äôs Tail, were quite a few people were enjoying the day.¬† The Gulf was a bit murky from the storms we had over the past few days, but there was no sign of oil.¬† Hopefully the water & weather clear up tomorrow and it turns out to be beautiful Florida day!!!
Today was a simply gorgeous day in Destin, FL.¬† People are out and about enjoying the Gulf & Destin’s Beautiful Beaches.¬† We saw a few cleanup crews out on the beaches today; I think you can see them in the 4th picture.¬† I did not see a speck of oil on the beach or in the water.¬† We are glad that the weather cleared up just in time for the 4th of July.¬† We hope you have a wonderful day and an even better 4th.¬† Thanks for reading our blog and we will continue to keep you updated the best we can!!!
The Susie Kirkland Team has been proud to bring you area information over the past couple of weeks and will continue to bring you valuable information on the effect of the BP oil spill, area information, local events, and beach updates.¬† Recently, the city of Destin lauched a new page¬†– oil spill information and useful links.¬† We wanted to pass this information along, to keep you as updated as possible.¬† Also, if you did not know, you can check out South Walton Updates, for information on the Beaches of¬†South Walton¬†(Miramar Beach, Sandestin, Grayton Beach, Blue Mountain Beach, Seaside, & More).¬† Thank you for following us and be sure to check us out on Facebook.
Today I went down to Frangista Beach, located between Pompano Joes & The Whales Tail. Most of the local beaches were packed even though the weather was a bit rainy. We have been getting rain and thunderstorms for the past few days, courtesy of Tropical Storm Alex. 4th of July weekend is coming up and we hope that this weather clears up and the beaches stay clean.