Sara Sea Resort
Travel Blogs from Siesta Key
... Jerry and Diane. We cruised the poolside bar, and had cocktails and nibbles on the atrium astro turf and then slinked back to our much lower rent motel. I really miss my RSGC expense account. Certainly got my $50 worth of hospitality though.
Back on AMI, we re-connected with Rick and Ardeth and family. The planned Blue jays game was a total wash out, thunderstorms and rain driving us under the tent at the ...
... pristine lakes, and nature preserves
Today I am here while Paul is playing Boca. We visited a few days ago and had a look around the pro shop. It certainly is "upscale."
Paul is back and played with people from Ottawa, Stratford and Connecticut, many of them "snow birds." They were telling him how Englewood is still a great place to buy (if anyone is looking.)
It prompted us to have a look at some real ...
Casperson Beach is a bit different from many of the others we have seen thus far.
It is recognized as one of the
most enjoyable shelling beaches in the area and an excellent spot to find
prehistoric sharks’ teeth but we did not do any shelling here.
There are nature trails traveling through freshwater
and saltwater marshes, mangrove areas, and tidal flats, and excellent ...
... to the view we chose. One morning we went to Casey Key with Dad and had breakfast while we watched the sail boats and guys fishing. It was a nice morning. Then we stopped for some lunch stuff and we had Ken and Pam for a nice visit. It was a fun day. Awesome weather lots of laughs. Well time for breakfast and then off to the beach. So many to choose from ...
... husband is a real nice man. He and John have mutual friends. We may meet Rene and some other couples for drinks and dinner tomorrow night. John thinks that Rene and Christine look and act a lot alike.
I heard from Jeff Wyant and he wants to come over here on Sunday with his wife. I am going to try to get hold of Pam to see if she wants to come down too.
The time is going too fast.