fleurde, one of the hardest things to do in working on Taylor's case is to find the people she is connected to. Almost every time you come across a shared Missing Post you find a locked down social media account or if on FB, for example, you do find someone with a friend's list, Taylor isn't in it. When you go through the share list of Missing Posts you get a few names out of many shares which means those shared posts also aren't public. So, it is quite a challenge. It is to the point of randomly picking people in Pensacola, Destin, Navarre, etc. and hoping to get someone connected to her even superficially. The reason why I bring this up is because there may be people out there that could have seen Taylor that don't have any idea she is missing and don't realize that they should be contacting Pensacola PD. Also, if Taylor did leave she could be travelling with another person that is in contact with their own family and friends and that person therefore is not missing so nobody is aware that something is amiss. I know this is a difficult time for you. We have dozens of missing persons cases that hit this site daily. A good number of them get only so much attention. I am working on a dozen of them. Others on this thread are participating on several others. We all hope to have a good outcome. We can only work with the information we have or that we can discover. Some of what we discover can't be said. I certainly wouldn't want to jeopardize what Pensacola PD is doing either but at the same time they haven't really said much of anything which is their prerogative but it certainly isn't helpful in generating any leads either. Largely we have been trying to just get a simple time line and try to understand Taylor's movements on the day in question. You have been very helpful with that.