Cabbage Key Inn and Restaurant
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... Happily, all of us got to our destinations safely!
It was time to rest on Monday, September 15. We slept late and visited the market in the square, just a few steps from our apartment. It was fun to shop for prunes (ever had a fresh one?), plums, grapes and postcards. All week we had noticed posters advertising the ...
... vehicles, wandering with their driving on the roads, straddling lanes,..... and the snow 'birds' are here too. One morning this week we looked out to see Red cardinals, beautiful brightly coloured blue jays and several wood peckers all down on the ground in the garden, fishing for worms after overnight rain.
Saturday and our final day in Florida - off to an early start and away in the dark, ready to ...
... of his chocolate purchase followed by a text of, and I quote: "Omg sweet Cadbury heaven!" Yeah! Eat your words Dan! American chocolate is a joke.
I started looking up train tickets to get myself from England to Scotland. Totally frustrating when I cannot figure out what I should do. I fly into Manchester airport and I can either go to my cousin's in Burnley, which is very close. Or go to Sheffield to my ...
Last 8 weeks in Florida…..7 ,6 …..
After 4 days of torrential rain , we have finally woken to a clear blue sky this morning , so after the ‘walk the dogs’ , G & me set off on our bikes for a 30 minute ride. Now home, recovering out of the heat in the cool of the air conditioning. Driving out from our road yesterday , the rainwater covering the road, swelled right up onto the bonnet of the car. There is no drainage out in our part ...
... that there is in winter when the "snowbirds" descend on Florida, and all the specials disappear!
Thunder storms are almost daily afternoon events, sometimes they are close and scare the old dog Bailey to "super dog" breakouts from his chainmesh pen (now solved by giving him a box to hide his head in!).
The rain accompanying these storms is usually the tropical downpour type, and this summer has been notable for the large amount of rain the state has had - and it ...