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... and his work with Edison. Very interesting museum.
Saturday 8 March was a free day. Some of us had a $5 breakfast in the RV club house. Then many of the group drove over to Sanibel Island to go shelling or just walk on the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day and not too hot. Ray and I stopped at the Lighthouse Beach and walked up to the Sanibel Lighthouse and did some shelling along the ...
... vomited. Disgusting excess actually.
But it did allow us to get out on the water and see Keewatin Island and some bottle nose dolphins!
Naples itself is great and has a beautiful beach and pier. The beach has great sand and a gradual slope into the water with a real absence of rocks and shells.
The pier has been a community landmark since 1888. It extends about 1000 feet into the Gulf and is a hub of activity. It is famous for ...
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
... can talk and excrete fluids.”
Millions of different animal species here and we are the only ones who make non-living replicas of ourselves. What could we infer about other world’s cultures if we knew they created “dolls?”
Animal varieties I consistently see in many of my travels: Butterflies, lizards and squirrels. These particular animals seem to ...
... the world. Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.
Words/Slang I like "Mouthbreather"
Beach renourishment here in Florida is a losing proposition. Let the ocean reclaim the land. It is going to happen whether we like it or not. We spend millions putting more sand on beaches. It is probably one of the biggest areas taxpayer ripoffs occur. Invest that money in people who live practically and within their means.
Other places to stay in Fort Myers
2135 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers | B&Bfrom $85