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... two good trips and some R&R times scheduled.
But I digress. Last weekend we drove up I4, past the Airstream Ranch at exit 14 to Orlando to attend the NBOA meeting. It was at a very nice convention centre, the Gaylord. Won't go there for cheap laughs, too easy. We met up with lots of our friends and former colleagues including Blog devotees Jillian, Michael, Beth and Chris as well as honorary Canadians ...
... pristine lakes, and nature preserves
Today I am here while Paul is playing Boca. We visited a few days ago and had a look around the pro shop. It certainly is "upscale."
Paul is back and played with people from Ottawa, Stratford and Connecticut, many of them "snow birds." They were telling him how Englewood is still a great place to buy (if anyone is looking.)
It prompted us to have a look at some real ...
... for wildlife viewing.
There is a restored dune system features
boardwalk-style dune walkovers. The walkovers serve to protect the dunes, and
they also provide an excellent vantage point from which to view spectacular Gulf
We stopped on our way back from Venice...the park is located just south of the Venice
Municipal Airport and is bounded by the Gulf ...
... no golf. Could probably say the same about other things, but that would be digressing. Then, out on the water for a stimulating boat ride with Werner, Martha, and Judy on their "new" boat. It was great getting out on the water, saw some dolphins, then had a few cocktails on board before a wonderful cookout organized by Judy. Great burgers, great friends, fun. Sunday was early golf again (I had to leave at 6:15), followed by a journey to ...
... John Ringling’s private art collection is maintained. It was opened in 1931 and is designated as Florida’s official state art museum. There are 21 galleries housing over 10,000 pieces including paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, books, sculpture, tapestries, busts and weaponry from around the world spanning centuries from ancient to contemporary periods. The most famous items in the museum are the collections of 16th-20th century ...