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... and ready to bail....which we did and now I will be much more prepared in the future!!!the Yankees won 4-1 it turned out...
It became a DVD afternoon and we saw Foxcatcher...an interesting film about disturbed lives so definitely not your feel good movie!
Visited the Dunedin market. It's downtown every fir and sat and has an outdoor assortment of crafts and wares plus a large vegetable market.
Again cooler ...
... had to do a bit of food shopping at a Walmart which included buying an extra small suitcase to make sure we got everything back home OK.
The remainder of the day was spent relaxing either on the hammock or on the beach. We shall miss this when we get home!
We leave here tomorrow and return to Orlando. We have three nights at Disney World and our last two nights at Universal Studios so should be fun!
... who also comes from Ohio but retired to Florida many years ago. His claim to fame was that he comes from the same small town as Dean Martin, and Dean Martin's father gave him his first haircut. Enjoyed the golf though the back 9 was a bit iffy! It's interesting talking to the Americans, to date we have not found anybody with a good opinion of Obama nor is there any apparent enthusiasm for Hillary Clinton as the next President.
... it. I was all ready to sign up for it initially. During the drive home and the discussion back and forth I realized I come here not only for the lack of winter but the beach and being outside, looking for the birds, etc. The w/c house. Paul and I both liked this house when we found it ourselves during an open house. Very open floor plan. When you walk in the front door you immediately have a view of the lake behind the house. The entire back of the house has a huge ...
... Slowing down over the causeway I pointed out groups of boats at the sandbar. This brought us to the more glamorous island of Longboat Key, aligned with expensive hotels, condominiums and beach front homes. Across the next bay bridge was Lido Key. I decided to stop at Lido beach after first promenading Lorraine through St. Armand’s Circle. Lido was thriving and spaces to plop your camp in the sand were hard to find. Towards the dunes we threw down ...