Hyatt Coconut Plantation
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As the birds fly south for the winter so do Darcy and I. Just in time to avoid the "polar vortex" coming in from Canada later this week. We made our way to our winter home base in Naples, Florida. For some of this years stops the temperature will be dropping dramatically! Tuesday's Forecast: Sheridan, Wyoming- High 12°, Low -6° snow Helena, Montana- High 12°, Low 0° Glacier National Park, MT- High 7°, Low ...
Yesterday, we moved to a campground just north of Naples, FL.
A strong cold front came through starting the night before we left Key West, so we had pretty strong winds blowing at us most of the way up.
This morning we woke up to temps in the upper 40's and a little breeze so the wind chill was cold especially after all the warm weather we have had.
We had made reservations ...
... and garlic. Rack of lamb for me (what else!), lightly crusted. Chef came to the table and assured me that she would stake her life on it being the best I ever had. It was right up there with several others. Cheese trolley, finally at room temperature, with a selection of soft cheeses of my choice, with port. To add delight to the evening the Sommelier did not charge us for the wine. Once again far ranging conversations. We hope that Dan ...
... right in the middle of the campsite.
We got back from the shops armed with chairs, a small axe (much to Alex's delight, especially as I won't let him have a gun or machete, not even a toy one) and crucially another bottle of wine! We then sought about hiring a canoe, got kitted up and headed to the boat ramp only to discover a huuuuuge aligator waiting right where we wanted to be. Happily there was another ramp and we pushed off (and yes, I kept ...
... Citrus industry is in throes of disease spread by insect. The industry is still alive despite some of the prognosis. They have support from Citrus Foundation. 2.2 billion dollar agra business industry here is endangered by canker.
Item 4c "Marla Ramsey Day" in recognition of her many contributions.
Thomas Kuck Remembrance Day. He worked on flooding in the estates.
Item 5a recognize Sonia Sweet as employee of the month for risk ...