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... though the tram was full, the beach was nearly empty, the driver told us that the water temperature was 87F. That sounded warm. It was. Never was I so fast under water than this morning. It felt like swimming in a bathtub. We saw dolphins, pelicans, seagulls and other birds. When we took out our sandwiches for lunch we were quickly surrounded by seagulls, but we did not feed them. But it was fun watching them surround us. At the moment the men are busy cracking ...
... which inspired the name of this travel blog entry.
Matlacha (Indian name meaning "water to the chin") is tethered to the mainland by the "fishingest bridge in the U.S.A." over Matlacha Pass. Kayakers come here to paddle placid backwaters through miles of mangroves on the Calusa Blueway. However, you can also spend time on dry land, checking out the ...
Sunday we headed off (South this time to Fort Meyers) …again to look at a golf carry case . We are definitely bringing these clubs home in a box now, as the measurements for that bag , were also NOT as described on E Bay .
We had taken a picnic lunch , so were able to stop in downtown Fort Meyers and enjoy a walk around the Marina and its few houseboats. One I noticed was actually a ladies Hair Salon on the wharf level, with living quarters ...
... done, Il Tesoro II. It is interesting to note however that when we mentioned our excellent meal to the owner at Sea Shells Seashells the next day while shopping, she noted that we must have caught them on a good day. Or perhaps maybe the standards of living and expectations on the islands are much higher indeed.
Breakfast the next morning was at RC Otter's Cafe, which, along with Keylime Bistro, are owned by the Inn and included ...
... reader: do you believe this????? he is serious!)
The black nylon golf club covers come in handy if you find that your socks just don't seem to be warm enough. They go over your socks inside your boots and create a vapor barrier that helps keep the moisture in and they can really warm up your feet for shorter excursions where you aren't running or jogging for more than 2 hours on the glacier (ed note: Really???). Because they keep ...