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Decided to walk the causeway to Clearwater beach for our exercise of the day. We tend to walk the beach out there a few times a week so thought it might be fun...Tour boats and recreational boats are just heading out ...At noon when we head back to Dunedin the entire mile and a half of the causeway is backed up with people driving over to the beach...and trying to find parking...Sunday ...
... of reminded me of the area around the Phoenix arena..
Amalie arena is very nice ....holds over 19000 people and we weren't surprised to see a terrific show of red jerseys on the streets prior to game time. Also, we were treated to a performance of an Irish band just outside the doors
Gametime- the fans around us were a mix of hometown and many québécois Canadians ...all in good spirits..We sat up in the third tier ...
... we spent about an hour on the beach. It was packed. We assume with kids on spring break. So now we have dipped our toes in the Atlantic on the east coast of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico on the west side.
Our drive back to Orlando was supposed to take 1 hour 45 min again but the traffic was againg solid all the way past Tampa city and it took us 2 & 3/4 hours.
Cooked dinner at our hotel tonight. Roast chicken and veggies. Nice.
... back into the soil, returning it to the ocean.
The white mangrove live on high ground and to be honest I haven't looked them up!! Thought this was all very interesting......and no Rachelle , Vern hasn't written in the blog yet , but it's coming.!! Stay tuned...
We hiked the nature trail on the island and then settled ourselves on to the beach. Was so looking forward to seeing some wildlife, but no, no armadillos,gopher ...
... long lines, and so many screaming people. What a sight.
What Greg and I liked the best was an area called Cracker Country. It is a re-creation of country life in Florida in the late 1800s. Sort of like Sherbrooke Village, villagers are dressed in period clothing and go about their day as though it was 150 years ago: making baskets, chairs, candles, sugar; teaching school in a one room nine grade school house; cooking meals; running the printing ...