Mizner Place at Weston Town Center
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... at the beach on our way home. We could not swim in the ocean because of the Man O War ( jellyfish)
Sunday we had a nice relaxing day around the pool
Monday we drove to Shark Valley National Park in the Everglades. I rented a bicycle and Tom had his. We biked 15 miles approx 25 km around a flat paved trail. (Thank God lol). It took us 3 hours but we stopped several places along the path to see lots of birds, ...
... go to the pub in the afternoon. He wrote his best seller The Old Man and the Sea in Cuba with his 3rd wife. Unfortunately at 61 he shot himself because he was so depressed and the electro shock therapy he took at the Mayo clinic did not help his depression. The shock therapy took away his short memory and his ability to write, pretty sad story really. At his house they still have LOTS of cats, Hemingway believed they brought luck. ...
... but the LEGO sculptures were really cool. I WANT WILLIAM TO MAKE ME A HUMMINGBIRD.
Friday Jan 30th we drove to Weston - close to Ft. Lauderdale. We went for a walk around the area last night after we arrived. Today we took a boat cruise in Ft Lauderdale to see how the rich and famous live - OMG SOME PEOPLE HAVE WAY TO MUCH MONEY. Beautiful homes and yachts. Sun was shinning most of the day and I even wore shorts. It was 23 with some ...
... cruise to the Bahamas! WOW... my bucket list shrinks as dreams are fulfilled at every turn or swim. Thank you darling for all your hard work, your enthusiasm to make this happen. Thank you for the wonderful birthday dinner cruise with the dearest most wonderful friends and family. Thank you for being the loving, kind and special - oh so very special - treasure in my life.
At home or away, I am honoured ...
... also show how to wrestle an alligator from behind then clamp its jaw shut underneath his own jaw to allow free hands to secure it.
Our next stop was the Flamingo Gardens, a botanical garden and wildlife sanctuary. Once through the main entrance the path meanders in various directions through this specialty garden which includes tropical plantings, champion trees and 200 year old live oaks. We headed to the Wildlife ...