Laughing Lizard Bed and Breakfast
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Spent the day with the realtor in Venice. We now know this drive of an hour down and an hour back, by heart. Saw 6 properties, 3 of which would be great EXCEPT... The little gray house in our realtor's neighborhood. Beautifully redone inside, could be bought with the furniture, has a pool, you can walk/bike to the beach BUT the price is close to $300,000 and the neighborhood is very mixed. Some properties are a little run down, while others have had some updating and it ...
... out of cars, blinking in the sun, wrinkled and tired but smiling because "we are here!". The dog park people are full of advice on how to deal with THE TRAFFIC. "If you need anything off island you have to go very early in the morning or after dark." " if you want to go out to eat you need to do it during the week or very early or late at night". It takes a little planning but isn't as bad as I expected. I was getting bored (really) so ...
We're now further up the coast in St. Pete's Beach, FL. Sunny Florida has gone a bit cool on us with cloudy skies. We walked on the beautiful St. Pete's beach every day, sometimes twice a day, and generally relaxed, reading and watching tv. This is a summer vacation town and there's not much else to do here, especially in the off season.
After a couple days, we drove north to the Florida panhandle, staying for the weekend in ...
... a comfy patio bar, enclosed shed with an extra refrigerator, and a canopy to keep Harley covered. It also has a great, private outdoor shower. Many of our neighbors sites have been fixed up to include Tiki Huts with outdoor kitchens, TV rooms, and BBQ’s. For only $500 a month, this is one of the best deals we’ve ever had. Tampa and the Gulf of Mexico are a short distance away as well as numerous 2 lane roads meandering around the ...
... got it's name. Recruiting Sergeants in the 18th century spent much of their time visiting Taverns in order to "Press" people into joining the British Army. Once a man had accepted the "Queen's Shilling" by fair means or foul, he was deemed to have become a recruit. Once a man had accepted the "Queen's Shilling" by fair means or foul he was deemed to have become a recruit. On entering a Tavern, a Recruiting ...