Days Inn Fort Myers North
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... by their noodles wrapped around their underarms floating for a long time..... chatting and enjoying their way of keeping cool. The little fish were there, and nibbling on our feet and ankles while in the water - a strange sensation, but not painful.
Thursday, another picnic lunch packed, and off we set , south to Fort Meyers and the Edison & Ford winter Estates- homes, gardens laboratory and museum. ...
... luncheon at one of them (Riverwood) for lunch with Chuck and Jan . A lovely traditional style clubhouse with reasonably priced food. Followed by, back to their home to watch the movie "Saving Captain Phillips''........... 5 years ago, Somalian pirates captured a huge container carrier in the Persian gulf, and eventually took the Captain as hostage - a great movie, based totally on this real event .
... having a fire sale for their players. Interesting strategy.
We drove the two hours over from Ft. Myers to Miami along I-75 which is sometimes called "Alligator Alley" because it goes right through the Everglades. In fact, you go 50 miles with no services in one stretch. Not much traffic today.
Made our way to Sun Life Stadium to buy tickets and found they were having "fan appreciation day." All tickets were ...
In the last week of ECHO I was again a busy bee.
On Labor Day the lady interns hosted a brunch for staff, students and for their male counterparts. Afterward most of the interns and I headed to Sanibel Island to enjoy the day off. The refreshing water was at high tide and dolphins were coming up to eat near us. After a couple hours of fun in the sun we cooled off with a bit of ice cream and headed back home.
Tuesday was a study day, which ...
Just as with the first week here at ECHO, the past seven days have disappeared quite quickly. The first couple days seemed a bit long since we weren't cramming four workshops into each one of them but the new pace of farm work and studying soon became normal. Sean and Dave, two students who were also here for the Intro to Tropical Ag course, stayed on for an extra week to get extra hands on experience and a few more study hours in too. It was nice to have the ...