Seascape Motel and Marina
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... favorite constellation after the Southern Cross) hanging bright and beautiful right over the ocean. The almost full moon lit up the night sky like a giant floodlight, dappling the water’s surface with a million points of light (stars on the water).
On Wednesday June 11th we drove all the way down to Key West, the southernmost point in the continental United States. Except it isn’t, because it’s an island, connected to mainland Florida by a ...
... enjoyed the scenery. What we did not enjoy were the wild and crazy boaters on the ICW. What we really, really did not enjoy was the wind kicking up right as entered the Gulf. It was already going to be a tricky enough entrance to the Fort Myers area due to strong competing currents and confusing markers. The wind only compounded the conditions and you can believe we had white knuckles during that approach. I will say it was not pretty but we made it. Alas, no rest for ...
... which are SO good! We had the best crab cake yet as an appetizer. Glenn had a huge Seafood Angel Hair Pasta and I had the Golden Tile fish. It's the best fish I've ever had- almost like lobster or crab.Mmm!!! I had it prepared Wreck Diver style. If you want know what that is, google Lion Fish recipe National Geographic- it is the recipe that John the owner uses for it.
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Tom and Peggy have a beautiful home right on the water at Conch Key.
We rode to our accomodation unloaded the bikes, the room was lovely overlooking the pool. We had our beer and brandy so we ordered a pizza and relaxed for the evening.
Tuesday was a lovely day the weather was sunny and I decided to go pillion and try and capture ...
Get ready. The pictures today are from James' camera. Way better than mine.
Today, we are diving with Abyss Dive Center. Another two-tank day, diving at Marathon Key. Samantha's Reef and Horseshoe Reef.
The day was cloudy, which doesn't help the colors, but we still had good visibility that I'd estimate at 30-40 feet. These reefs, again, were less ...