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Travel Blogs from Siesta Key
... and sipped Margaritas in the sun, followed by a lunch on the deck at the Waterfront, then a tour of St. Armand's circle to see the $20,000 coffee table.
To come full circle, we four met up with Rick and Ardeth at the other Island Tiki bar and found them in full conversation with Scottish Billy, see earlier blog, who they had never met before but had done the whole 6 degrees of separation as neither party knew ...
... 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 ...
... and the Intracoastal
The entrance sign says it is
certified as a "Blue Wave" beach by the Clean Beaches Council. Not sure exactly what this means but it was a different beach than many of the others in that it was more natural and certainly more rugged.
Heavy surf, lots of sandpipers and ring necked gulls. We plan to stop again and maybe try to find a shark tooth or two.
... halfway to Naples, to meet the other half of our yearly "golf friends" trip. Parisis (Pennsylvania) and us (native and future North Carolina) met Schmidts (Michigan) and Merritts (South Carolina) for cocktails and dinner. Had a great time, beautiful day. We re-fight the War of Northern Aggression every year at a different location - the girls all enjoy each others' company, and the guys love to golf together. It is a highlight of the year!
... maintenance little monster. She belongs in the wild where she can intimidate the poor sharks she comes across. She is taking over Beam's medical tank in the sea turtle hospital so that she can get used to not being around people before she is released. That is, if she can stop eating everything she can get her beak on. I'll admit, I am glad only because I am obsessed with Beam and so excited to take over his care. Beam is an adorable juvenile green sea turtle ...