Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club
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... our first step toward becoming dog people. We are now traveling with the dog ( another stupid idea - get a dog and then retire ) and are in need of a place to get the dog some activity so we can have less craziness at home. Enter the dog park. This is a whole new world to me, with many unwritten rules. 1. It is fine to forget the name of the person you have been introduced to and seen several times at trips ...
Our social life so far revolves around the dog park. We've been there the last 2 days and met some nice folks, most from the Midwest and here for a month or more. All have been here in the past. I am working on remembering the names of people and their dogs. It is a great place to get information on all kinds of things about the island. I spent $20 and got a library card. Paul's cousin, Jerry, is staying in Sarasota this month (thank you Facebook for that info). He and his wife came ...
Checked out the Community Center this morning. There is tennis for Paul. Yoga and Pilates classes for me. We drove down to the south end of the island (Bradenton) to Coquina Beach. Beautiful huge, white beach, and very few people. It's cloudy today but still 70 degrees. So far we have yet to deal with any real traffic. Took Sammy to the dog park behind City Hall in ...
... morning we all rose early and left Cape Coral in separate cars and headed to Sarasota, Florida. Spent our last day with Don & Jean, touring The Ringling Brothers Circus Museum. If you have not seen it is a super place to go.
The Ringling museum is a remarkable legacy of circus owner John Ringling (1866-1936) and his wife, Mable (1875-1929). In 1911, they bought property in Sarasota, Florida and in 1927, ...
... Stan’s usually pops off on Sundays and is so popular that once the parking lot fills up, local neighbors can get $10 a spot. Stan’s also holds the yearly Mullet Festival, a three day festival that draws over 5,000 people who come to gobble down fried & smoked mullet and crown the Buzzard Lope Queen. We shared a cheeseburger (I am a bit fished out, so yes we ordered beef at a fish place) and some clam chowder. Kaitlyn finally got her Pina Colada and ...