Naples Bay Resort
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... a biscuit). I quickly learn that my biscuit must not be in the “Kitchen”. This is a centuries-old sport of skill and timing and I now believe it has too long been maligned as a geezer’s game.
Shuffleboard turned out to be our warmup for a rousing game of Pickle Ball. For those of you not familiar with Pickle Ball, I would describe it as basically tennis for midgets (sorry... “Little People”) as well as old people ...
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We spent a very pleasant afternoon in Naples Botanical Gardens, my favourite part was the ...
... for a while. It even snowed while we were there!!! Imagine that!! A nice evening!! WEDNESDAY: rainy today... We used today to source out campgrounds for January here in naples, and checked out some pre Black Friday sales. THURSDAY: sunny today - warm but not hot. Today we rode to Starbucks so we could use their wifi since we can't get wifi here. We spent some time looking for new accommodations for here in January and then in New Orleans. ...
... and Mecca into riding 2 miles to Publix grocery store with me. Even though Thomas was sore from working, he couldn't turn down an opportunity to ride. We had treats on a bench in front of the store then rode the 2 miles back. Time always slips away and we were home before I was ready to stop.
It's been 2 months since my dad passed away (see last post for those that missed it.) I'm finally feeling better. At one point, I thought ...
... vomited. Disgusting excess actually.
But it did allow us to get out on the water and see Keewatin Island and some bottle nose dolphins!
Naples itself is great and has a beautiful beach and pier. The beach has great sand and a gradual slope into the water with a real absence of rocks and shells.
The pier has been a community landmark since 1888. It extends about 1000 feet into the Gulf and is a hub of activity. It is famous for ...