The Port Hotel and Marina
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... of the present owners. The monkeys are fed twice a day from a menu designed specifically for them consisting of: green leafy vegetables, bananas, oranges, sweet potatoes, raw peanuts and monkey chow. They stay on the island because they prefer not to swim and the river acts as a natural barrier. They still delight the Yardarm and hotel guests with their playful ...
It was a great feeling pulling back into Nature Coast Landings in Crystal River. We spent four days visiting with friends, riding our bikes, swimming in a real heated pool and of course sprucing up our lot for our winter renters. Several folks have asked what the inside of the Cottage looks like and we realized we had not posted any pictures of the inside. So we took a few. Here is where we slumbered, watched movies, read, knitted and made wonderful dinners.
... so that was a pretty neat sight. The roads in Florida were different. We felt like we were driving through a scary movie; it was foggy, the roads were small and windy, and it was very, very dark. But, we survived! Unfortunately, many frogs did not. We kept seeing them hop in the road, and…we’re not sure which ones survived.
As soon as we pulled into the Best Western parking lot, we opened our doors and heard what seemed ...
... purchase or buy pictures or souvenirs, we simply couldn’t resist buying a copy of the DVD of our experience – great shots of Larry face to face with several manatees and of me desperately clinging to the fingers of our captain as he patiently led me through these wonderful creatures. The shop just happened to have tee shirts with the picture of a manatee and printed with the title of our blog, LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE – we just couldn’t resist.
... questions for their age group. Time was slipping by and all to soon we had to leave considering we still had about forty five miles to Crystal River.
As it turns out today was one of the most memorable days of our trip. It amazes us how our curiosity about the most poisonous snake in the country could lead to meeting some of the most dedicated people in the country. Thank ...