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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 ...
... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleBody; font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We like to drive & check out the residential neighbourhoods& found it very much like The Keys With housing built on a network of canals. In this area houses keep their boats up out of the water on a boat lift! I also noticed the screened verandas & decks - no doubt it gets very buggy ...
... a bird watcher or enjoy hiking the outdoors immersed with the wildlife, I highly recommend Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and (if you want close encounters with Alligators) the Bird Rookery Swamp Management Area. Our outings to Lovers Key State Park and Calusa Heritage Trail were also very enjoyable.
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... br> to school before the bell would ring for classes to resume.
Lots of fun catching up with Vickie and her husband Denny
and their fascinating stories of world travel adventures.
And so, after taking a couple of photos for fellow
classmates who are following our adventures, Larry and
I headed back north to MANATEE country . . .