The Waterfront Inn
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... br> But on this day, the weather was perfect for a 90 minutes cruise on Lake Panasoffkee in an airboat - and an opportunity to see lots 'n lots of alligators and turtles, up close and personal!
With some fall-colored leaves remaining on the trees on ...
... the same time - good for a shower and Richard was able to finish his chili.
We heard from Heather today who is really anxious to escape winter. We will see what she can work out! The landscapers were removing the "spring" flowers from many of the beds today. What a shame! I was still enjoying the Foxgloves and they are being replaced with Begonias and Coleus. The Azaleas are still awesome under the Oak Trees and Spanish Moss! ...
... of some final photography. Unfortunately a Sand Crane flew right beside the golf cart and I wasn't ready to capture it. I had been videoing Richard to see if I could help him improve his swing like in his lessons. Still I did see alligators and loads of wading birds in the ponds around the courses. I also saw lots of homes right out of Architectural Digest.
After we finished packing as much as we could, ...
... recently done the Loop over a two year period in a 43 foot cruiser. One of his companions along the way was "Foreign Exchange", a Bayliner that winters at Paragon and one year was adjacent to us in the yard. They purchased a small island/rock on the way to Hockey Stick and we frequently see the boat there.
On the way home the wonderful smell from Sonny's bar-b-q restaurant was too much for us ...
... Hacienda villa. I was shocked that they were asking $350,000 for a 1500 square foot spot. It did have a nice view of a nature preserve but in my opinion was way over-priced. The agent told me they get over a million hits a day on their website and it only takes one to buy.
One morning we made our way to Sumter Landing to trade in our two empty Starbucks bags for two coffees and watch the world go by - though it was pretty quiet at that time of the ...