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... time a year ago called The Waffel House. Sunday brunch consisted of a giant waffel (DUH), two eggs, two sausage patties, hash browns, 4 pieces of toast and a cuppa joe. It took me awhile to put it all away and when I was finished the waitress wanted to know if I wanted a cup of coffe to go. Yikes, that's never happened before.
I was going to go to a pirates festival over on Sanibel Island but ...
... Canadians & Americans from the northern States who migrate south for a warm sunny winter) They both have nice downtown shops, lots of beaches, parks & places of interest to explore.
As 2014 comes to an end & after 7 whole months on the road it's time to start heading home!
The magical mystery tour continues but the countdown has begun!
We Wish You All a Happy, Healthy New Year & All The Best for 2015!
Cheers from ...
... was a real chore!
The other benefit of moving inland was also that the weather improved and the rain stopped, the sun even made a few appearances.
Just south of TB, FL I paid $1.50 for the privilege of crossing the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, this picture isn't mine, but the time compressed video is:
There is also an interesting article about the history of the bridge on WikiPedia: ...
... vehicle access at $5/day, the parking is on the beach but strictly controlled to not be intrusive, the beach being quite wide.
Friday 9th Erin's birthday - (58th we decided!) was a cracker day, we walked 5 km up the beach to start the day after breakfast, got back to the pool to cool down, got installed at a table with umbrella and ordered the coffees just in time to pick it all up and run for cover as a rainstorm dumped on us. Then 20 min later ...
This link leads to the complex of housing where we will be
staying...ours will be a 3-bedroom apt with kitchen and living room
great room and one bathroom + balcony and a pool.
Once we had our precious car pass in hand, I imagined that every motel/hotel in the area would be swamped ...