Ocean's Reach Condominiums
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... RV Resort in Bonita Springs. We first learned of this place last spring when we stayed on Marco Island. This resort was yet to be developed and we watched it's growth from it's infancy. So this was exciting to have it be a reality to stay here. Tomorrow is another day of relaxing although there is a 70 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms so we may need a plan ...
... statement about WWII combat from a tanker's perspective (no thanks). Today we're just hanging out while waiting for the Super Bowl fiasco and hopeful some interesting and/or humorous commercials. Maggie is napping and I'm alone with the computer, a potentially dangerous situation ---LOL. This past week we've been contacted by my sailing friend, Mike Ritenour, who would like us to crew with him aboard his CD-33,<i> La ...
... animals that require continuous feeding and watering, a house heated by a single wood stove, traffic gridlocks on the I-5 freeway, almost no friends to interact with, and the contrast with south Florida becomes pronounced. Still, we made the most of this week of being "farmers" and did it well with no disasters and plenty of laughs. We had lunch with lifelong friends, Joe Stearns and Mary Ellen, and made phone contacts with others nearby but were unable to manage meetings. We ...
... like 50 days since I've physically seen Dan. 8-|
Thank god for FaceTime and iMessage. But still. Technology can only go so far... I'm overrrrrr it. Long distance relationships suckkkk.
Especially when he's doing all this interesting stuff and I'm stuck behind a computer five days out of the week. This is where Dan says: "soon honey. Soon".
15 days until I leave. I CAN DO ...
... is the last time we will be heading out with the parents before they head back over the pond to the icy UK. The island of Sanibel is just as you hope a summery island would be - low slung bungalows hide amongst the thickly forested palm tree frontage and a lazy air of sleepiness pervades everything. A long causeway draws you in to cute little boutiques and shops offering all manner of gifts, souvenirs and trinkets for the holiday makers and sightseers line ...