Seaside Beach Resort
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Tis the night before flight, only 1 creature remain stirring, while the other is with wine and close to his sight blurring. Only 4 1/2 hours away... wait, this d@m- autocorrect on this new phone keeps leading thou words astray...anyway... the creature still packs to the husband's dismay. To be connived...or ...
... by the sea and had fun people watching. I saw a couple that were playing with their cell pones and didn't look at each other, nor speak for a good half hour. Dang, wassup wit dat ??.
Soon it was time to motor back home to ol Charlie and relax a bit before it got dark. I did walk across the foot bridge on the resort and over to the little island. It is a peaceful place and I'm glad I spent a few days there. I may even come back one ...
... it. I was all ready to sign up for it initially. During the drive home and the discussion back and forth I realized I come here not only for the lack of winter but the beach and being outside, looking for the birds, etc. The w/c house. Paul and I both liked this house when we found it ourselves during an open house. Very open floor plan. When you walk in the front door you immediately have a view of the lake behind the house. The entire back of the house has a huge ...
... the barricade. They were met with icy glares of two very hungry pelicans hoping to sneak in and steal their bait. I watched as the pelicans never missed a cast of the fishing line. The two large beaked birds didn’t enjoy my company so I departed up the dock back to the car. We headed to my favorite restaurant on the island, Duffy’s Tavern. Here is a place where your options consist of burgers, burgers, or burgers. I had the crumbled bleu cheese ...
... moss, ferns, and pink mold. We saw several huge alligators, some looking like partially submerged black logs, and others sunning on the shore. Large herons, including one actively fishing near a birding pier, along with black vultures and egrets were plentiful. Seeing a flock of wild turkeys was a real treat. Sandy, shady walkways through a natural habitat and temps in the mid-70's - what more could we ...