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... underneath the storm to the West. We were waiting for the drive to Punta Gorda airport, to meet the 9pm arrival of Barb by plane from Kentucky..
Myakka State Park is a 40 minute drive north from here , so with a picnic lunch packed, we headed away on Tuesday morning, and made the Park in time for the 11.30am airboat ride for a 1 hour cruise amongst the wild life, counting the' almost submerged ' ...
... somewhere different to dine out for lunch, and swap 'tall stories'.
I dropped him off at Raymonds, then headed for Venice beach. Set myself up on the beach, admiring the ocean view from my sand chair, when BANG!!! the piece of pizza I had taken only one bite out of, was gone from my hand...... BXXXDY seagulls......then a battle ensued in front of me, as they arrived in bigger numbers and battled over the spoils. ...
... front of us.
The Legacy - Sarasota-to-Venice Bike Trail (another, of the Rails-to-Trails System) starts just blocks away, almost out Dave's back door. It was easy to find and we rode about eight of the total twelve-mile length. Near downtown Venice and a mile short of where we turned off the trail was the Venice Historical Railway Station; it was where the Venice Seaboard Air Line Railway Station (Air Line meaning the shortest point between 2 points ...
Today we did a little exploring of the area. Our first stop was Fisherman's Pier in Punta Gorda. To be honest, was not that impressed with it. From there we drove North on the Tamiami Trail (a 4 line busy highway) as I wanted to check out Englewood Beach. It's about 25 miles north and a very nice beach. Came back to the condo for lunch and then headed to the pool as it was 84 degrees and we needed a dip in the pool. ...
... games of Wizard!
And before it was all over, Mike's brother, Ray, and sister-in-law, Lou, spent a week at the end of April. Traveling to the popular mountain town of Boquete--though not by bus, as we usually do--gave them an opportunity to see another side of Panama including the beautiful, pastoral scenery. Having visitors gave us a respite from the grind of clearing out the boat and making it as beautiful as we could. We were ...