Knights Inn Arcadia
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... visit. We enjoyed showing them our part of Florida and on their first day , Island hopped our way South from Tampa, driving down Longboat Key, Siesta Key and Casey Key- the narrow Islands that form the Inter coastal waterways from Sarasota to Venice. Stopping at Siesta Key , we walked on the 'squeaky cornflour like' sand beach, voted No.1 beach for USA. Travelling further South, driving past mansions hidden ...
... an incoming tide at Ponce de Leon inlet plus a warning of
rough water with more strong winds and tons more No-See-Ems along the
beach, I chickened out on proceeding. Turning around, I headed up the
Joe River trying unsuccessfully to elude the wind; I ran out of steam
at noon when I reached the South Joe Chickee where I spent the night
rather than paddle ten additional miles. Took it easy by reading ...
... with Larry and Pat. By midnight we were all tucked into bed.
The following day started early (o-dark thirty) for John and Larry as they headed to Heron Creek for a 7:16 AM tee off. They froze their asses off as it was a balmy mid 40's temps. We were fortunate to be paired with a couple of compatible Michiganders, Gary and Mike. They didn't mind the cold either. After it was all over John, shot an exceptional 85 (40/45), however, there might ...
We had a great time meeting Lori’s family and friends and despite the invitation to stay longer we felt the need to press on in our journey. And so, leaving there, we went on to have lunch with my friend from grade school days. As I remember, it was 7th. grade in which Vickie and I got our first transistor radios and swooned over The Everly Brothers, Fats Domino, Harry Belefonte, Elvis and others. When ...
... I fortunately had my “ever ready camera” handy, and managed to get some pics.
Venice (on the Island) always seems to have something “going on”, and last weekend there was a Fall Festival. So off we went for the afternoon with the 3 Grandchildren.
Parking was at a premium as tents and marques were all set up where normally there is parking. Lots to see and of course the Ice cream van was doing a roaring trade on the very HOT afternoon. ...