Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Arcadia
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... back to Port Charlotte and a lovely meal (thank you Rex and Carol) at our local Applebees.
Our local wildlife critters seemed to hide while Rex and Carol were here, but on returning from taking them to Tampa airport, there on our lawn was LARGE Mr Tortoise and in the yard a very big Black racer snake!!!! sorry they missed them.
Barb is a very generous friend - she has replaced the leather couches in ...
... wine the rest of the afternoon.
Spent another week cleaning house,
saying good bye to seasonal friends, visiting the keys for more local
Shrimp and Hogfish which is so yummy when blackened. Also attended
Elane's Celebration of Life which was held at the Fairchild Tropical
Before heading back to Canada, we
camped for two days at Highland Hammock State Park. With hardly
... a couple of mulley's in the round. Larry's score, as his Italian friends would say, "was a not so good", 95 with several skips through the water. Number 18 was the beer hole with Larry managing a par and John getting a bogey. It was the only bet throughout the round and as John didn't have a signed contract, he wasn't quite sure he should pay for lunch. But he did! Sunday evening it was off to the clubhouse to listen to the Marlin brothers, ...
... 8217;d forget my lunch, she would sometimes walk home with me the 1.5 miles to grab a bite and get back to school before the bell would ring for classes to resume. Lots of fun catching up with Vickie and her husband Denny and their fascinating stories of world travel adventures.
And so, after taking a couple of photos for fellow classmates who are following our adventures, Larry and I headed back north to MANATEE country . . ...
On our bike route there is a house that usually is empty . However yesterday , there were people in residence. - and as I wanted to photograph the fruit growing visible from the road., stopped by on our ride this evening, and introduced ourselves. Turns out they are
‘snowbirds’ from Toronto, and been travelling here for 24 years from Toronto.
The fruit is Papaya, in fact 3 or 4 trees looking in full fruit. Looks like an oversized Avocado.