Manatee Bay Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Saturday was spent relaxing by the pool, walking and hitting the driving range. What a relaxing day! This morning we were on the road by 9 a.m. and headed 4 hours south to Fort Myers. We had a great visit with Terry and Mary DeWyre who are staying the winter down here. After a two hour visit of chatting, cocktails and snacks we were back on the road south to ...
... Bill Watson aboard <i>Kittiwake</i>, Whit (and hopefully Bill) Procter in Key Largo, Ken & Florence Cooper (again) in Melbourne, and Terry and Dianna (our southbound cruise friends) in Jacksonville. We'll try to arrive Oriental the last week in March to dewinterize <i>Rhiannon</i> and do an annual haul out for bottom painting. I hope Maggie and I can get together for a sail to Ocracoke sometime mid-summer. On April ...
... again next year. Meanwhile love hearing from you and where you are headed for the rest of your southern escape from winter. Andy misses his Rhiannon but making plans to visit sailing friends down here. He is using his skills today assembling a new Weber grill despite the lack of tools a single gal is equipped with. Its great having Andy here, I have eye surgery scheduled for next week and he has mastered getting to Naples and Ft Myers, from here. Drew and Maggie ...
... MH, which consisted of grocery store rotisserie chicken,pre-made mashed potatoes (see pic, these taste like homemade),
stovetop stuffing, microwave vegetables, Heinz bottled gravy. My neighbor made us a pumpkin pie for dessert. We added a Kim Crawford savin blanc which is a favorite of Kelly's and mine. It all tasted as good as if I had made it in a “real” home.
Speaking of homes, the Edison/Ford Winter Estates and Edison Museum were ...
... Fairs are quite popular among the nostalgic.
So would people who don’t work in the future have these events where they go to places and act like they are working together? Would they reenact workplace romances? Would they chat by the water cooler? Would they tell off the boss?
What would people in the future do for fun then? What would they do with themselves? Would money still mean anything? It seems Applebee's and Apple ...