Days Inn Sarasota/Siesta Key
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... that is. Un huh. I found out there was an island nearby, other than the one on the resort. The second day I was here off I went to Anna Maria Island. It is a wonderful place with sugar sand beaches, great seaside cafes and bars and is just laid back as can be. I walked out on the beach, but didn't go into the Gulf of Mexico cuz I didn't have my swim suit along. Lots of folks were sunning themselves and just enjoying the good weather ...
Today is Saturday, October 3rd, so it must be day 13 of my NP tour. Today we spend an hour or so waking through the lost luggage store in Scottsboro, Alabama where Barbara bought a new John Lescroart book for $3, and we got the road for Florida. The goal today was to get deep into Florida so we can make the Everglades and Key West tomorrow. After about 700 miles of driving, we ended the day about 100 miles North of the Everglades in ...
... bar, and a good night's sleep, WE were in our way to The Great Smoky Mountain NP, straddling the boarder between Tennessee and North Carolina. Although a little raining and and little foggy, it was still very beautiful. There are more variety of trees in this NP then all of Europe, and it has one of the greatest diversity of plant and animal life anywhere. A 3 mile hike to an ...
... and bought lots of essential stuff (it must be or Ken wouldn't have ordered it - don't worry he's the same old Kenny).
One of the absolute essentials is the American's Great Loop Cruisers Association Gold Burgee (small flag). I joined the AGLCA after learning, in a Bar somewhere on the East Coast, that it was possible to go down the Mississippi via the St Lawrence Seaway and the Great ...
... on the beach and saw several interesting birds which we could not positively identify. Maybe one was a great blue Heron? There was a playground at the end of the park, which we all enjoyed (so many devices for getting dizzy!) and we saw a raccoon walk all around the perimeter, too!
We had a delicious Cuban lunch at The Colombian in St. Armand's Circle on Lido and ...