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... and really enjoyed all the knowledge gained here. On Halloween several campsites were decorated and we had a candy dish out by the Jimmy and actually had a few teenagers trick or treating - how fun!
Monday, Nov 3th, we left our little paradise for John Pennekamp Coral Reef Park (33 miles) in Key Largo. This state park is the nation’s first underwater park and is world renowned for snorkeling and scuba diving its pristine coral reef. Although the sun was ...
... mighty fine shopping. You could walk or take a water taxi to many of them. The marina itself was brand spanking new and very clean and shiny. It had pump out available whenever you wanted it and brand new, FREE laundry machines! Newspapers were delivered every morning to the boat. It was fine living, indeed.
More importantly, during this visit we got to see family and recharge on their energy and love. Our daughter arrived first with a friend and then the Captain's ...
... the Gumbo Limbo tree. I DO love that name. It sounds like some sort of dance entrée.
We shopped briefly in the ever-present gift shop and then had a small lunch in the parking lot in the Subaru.
On the way home, we stopped at Winn Dixie for groceries and then hit two gift shops to find a couple of tempting items. Oh yes, we did shop at a "Big K", too. Lynn bought ...
... their special guest. Who could this be? By the build up we're expecting some huge Broadway star, or at least a one-hit wonder of some kind. But no. This special guest is the, er, grandson of '60s easy-listening crooner Johnny Mathis! They don't even give us the poor sod's name, just his antecessor's fame is enough.
Once our fellow diners start waltzing away to the increasingly schmaltzy nonsense that Mathis Jr III tunelessly belts out we decide to move on, but sadly ...
... visited South Beach to see Zach & Shari before they trek around the world for a few months
Revisited the orchids – only the huge Cow Horn Orchid was in bloom. Also had a night on Pearl Bay Chickee with Cindy. The stars are fabulous (even saw all of the Little Dipper) and the serenity was wonderful.
Currently planning my week-long kayak trip for early April ...
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