Hampton Inn & Suites Fort Myers Beach / Sanibel Gateway
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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We departed Grand Lake RV and Golf Resort near Citra this morning at 9 a.m. We spent yesterday and two nights in that park and is my favorite thus far. The majority RV'rs of the park are winter full time residents and our location was on the fairway of the 9th hole of this small 9 hole course. Arriving late Friday afternoon, we enjoyed walking the paved roads for ...
... help sail her on a leg from Key West, Fl, to Oriental, NC, starting the 2nd week in March. Maggie and I see this as a way to add some closure to our thwarted venture we started last November. We are altering our schedule to accommodate this chance to get back on the water, this time in warmer conditions. Between now and meeting<i> La Vida</i>, probably in Fort Pierce, we're planning a driving trip to Marathon Key to spend ...
... and me to Washington. We both enjoyed our respective "vacations," then rejoined in Snohomish where I was "farm sitting" while daughter Melissa and family went to New York City for New Years at Times Square. Farm sitting provided insight into a foreign way of life for both of us: the continuous, cold, rainy weather, and short days reinforced a primary reason I choose to be away from the PNW in winter --- it's simply too depressing. Throw in the care of a bevy of two and ...
... for dinner in the island of matlacha. it was quite a happy reunion. the next day we went out to sanibel island and the ding darling preserve with mary ann and steve. we had a great lunch, did a little shopping, went to the beach, saw a sting ray trying to get back into the water (we helped it in with a few other people) and saw another sting ray jump right out of the water a couple of times, probably telling the ...
... from every corner of the earth. In the past we've explored the merit of "nature-nurture" arguments, a premise that questions whether the minds we are born with have more bearing on our lives than the places, people and circumstances we grow up in. We've seen the nature-nurture argument expressed even comically in movies like "Trading Places" with Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd.
But in all seriousness, it seems reasonable to think... Taking the DNA ...