Sleep Inn & Suites Riverfront - Ellenton
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Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
... that is. Un huh. I found out there was an island nearby, other than the one on the resort. The second day I was here off I went to Anna Maria Island. It is a wonderful place with sugar sand beaches, great seaside cafes and bars and is just laid back as can be. I walked out on the beach, but didn't go into the Gulf of Mexico cuz I didn't have my swim suit along. Lots of folks were sunning themselves and just enjoying the good weather ...
... we found out that one of the houses called The House of Soul had been burned down by arson. When we got there we could see the project's creator cleaning up the debris from the fire. There were also news reporters catching the story. The project was very cool otherwise and very creative. A few days later we found out that another house had been burned down and that they are fighting to keep this wonderful art project alive and running. It was a bright spot in a city that has ...
... we sent them home.
Fast forward to today, Monday, February 27 - we left early for the Tampa area and had a Cuban sandwich at Carmines in Ybor for lunch before heading to the airport. Alan and I do not share the same itinerary home – I leave earlier and arrive in San Jose 3 hours before he does. Meanwhile he has to cool his jets in the Tampa airport for 4 hours after I take off. It all works out eventually.
I am really digging on the Gulf ...
... by the blow to his head. He is the sweetest thing ever. He loves his romaine lettuce, zucchini, spinach and occasionally squid. We feed to him twice daily via the use of a clicker (like dog trainers use), so when he dears the clicker he knows that the food is directly in front of his mouth. He's a chubby little 120 pounder and I love every bit of him.
Shelley and Montego are 34 year old female loggerhead sea turtles who are sisters! Mote acquired them ...