Palm Island Resort
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... quarter hour!
A drive up to the Malbun ski area started our day on Tuesday, September 22. Bob couldn’t leave this area without yet another jar of honey (“after all, we don’t have any Swiss honey”). It was a heart-pounding, breathtaking ride as we followed many concrete trucks; when we stopped ...
... to visit Jim's brother Bob and his wife, Grace. This was our first time visiting them at their lovely home. We had a fabulous dinner (see the pattern here?) and again an overnight stay.
As we look back, it feels good to have succeeded in visiting all our family members, where ever they were located, over the last year ...
... after all the training they do at the local YMCA pool....we felt proud of the 3 of them and their efforts - each winning 1 event and each a 2nd placing in their 2nd races. A long evening - with Isabella's last swim being in event 19 - last one for the evening.One last sporting event for us next Saturday - family time with all 5 running in a 5K' at 8am ...we will be there!!!
Wilda and Tim invited ...
... playground !
Now that we have seen all the beaches on Manasota Key, thanks to Linda, we had the chance to explore Palm Island a bit.
A six minute car ferry across the Intracoastal Waterway separates Palm Island from Florida’s mainland. This distance can be measured by yards, but it feels as if you travel a greater distance towards a relaxed state of mind! The beach (at 11 a.m. on a beautiful day) ...
... the many waterways we traversed. An almost 2 hour journey through 'old' Florida with sightings of many species of wild life in their natural habitat. Alligators of all sizes, and at one point , there were many of the beasts, sunning themselves on the track we were travelling on. Needless to say, our driver, gave them time to remove themselves , and we passed by as they slipped silently into the murky tannon coloured water flowing quietly through the cyprus trees. At one ...