Hotel Indigo Fort Myers River District
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... condusive to longevity. After lunch, Mike and I went over to the Florida State HOG, Harley Owner Group, Ralley and Gail, his lady went off to work. It was fun attending the shindig again. The last one I attended was up in Minnesota and I won the longest ride trophy. I think I rode my bike 1600 miles to go to the ralley.
I went to mass this past Sunday and then stopped at a place I had eaten ...
... amp; shining like new. - how some folks love their cars!! (Am I right Roger & Farrell?). The combination of restaurants, shops, cars & golden oldies music playing had a small town feeling, a nice change from the big, wide open sprawling roads & malls near where we are camped!!
We liked Naples & Fort Myers & can see why snow birds flok here for the winter. (for UK readers snow ...
... Each stop was at least 4 frustrating minutes.
I put up with it for about 2 hours, in which time I traveled 55 km (usually do at least 200 km in the same time span). A map check was required! I ended up doubling back about 15 miles and then hit a bunch of Toll Highways that ring-roaded Tampa Bay. The first toll booth I stopped at I realized how wet I was, trying to pull .50 cents out of my water swollen and puffy ...
... mainly to go out for dinners, the topography here is a long long Island (a sand dune really originally I guess,) with waterways of various widths and complexity between there and he 'mainland'. There are quite a few bridges spanning these waterways, some 6 lane and high for boats to pass under. The island is maybe 25 miles long and nearly all the way along the seafront, medium rise apartments and hotels. There is public access points, some with ramps ...
... it went around the glade...a sort of 'call and response' orchestration. The fireflies seemed to be hovering at about 5 foot off the forest floor ... imagine the perseverance of these tiny insects ... out there determined to follow natures call; no matter the rain.
And hurrah for us too, undaunted by the weather, we had accomplished our goal and together experienced one of the unique events of nature.