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... As everyone knows, we live in the Tampa area; therefore we are accustomed to look in a westerly direction over water to see the sunset and hurricanes approaching. Now that we find ourselves traveling and on the 'other side of the Gulf' we see the sun rising over the Gulf and having concerns of Tornado watches. Speaking of climatic conditions, we did "suffer" through a “near Tornado” while being trapped on this island, kinda scary when ya think about! We ...
... we were not guests and should not be walking on private property. There was no sign at the entrance of the boardwalk which identified it as private property. Anyway we made our way over to the main road and easier than the way he eventually told us.
Bob picked us up, we made a stop at Whataburger then showed Julian the shark mouth (at the entrance to shop) before we returned to the campground. Bob dropped us off at ...
... good and the company was too.
After lunch we drove down the beach a bit. This weekend is SANDFEST and we wanted to see what we could, which was nothing! We will be going back tomorrow along with the couple of thousand others who will probably be here. Bob will not be thrilled, but if he doesn't want to go he doesn't have to, we'll see.
After driving on the beach, we drove over to ...
... By that time it was almost "Attitude Adjustment" time, so we packed up our dishes and over we went. The rally hall is basically out of our back door (if we had a back door).
We have a large group here this month and that includes 3 sets of visitors. Dinner was Turkey Tetrazzini. At least I could get mine without the cheese. After dinner some of the attendees ...
... different birds and animals that we did not see in spi. one for example is the nutia,( large rats ) and avocets, green winged teal, shovelers. there were two birding places that we went to. the second on the -pond had summer tanagers, scarlet tanagers, painted buntings, indigo buntings, hooded warblers,rose breasted grossbeks and orioles, all those colorful beautiful birds were eye candy for us. and both places were not work to see them, didn't have to hike, didn't ...
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