We are now on Sanibel Island after a nice journey from Cape Haze Marina, Englewood. We had more problems with fast speeding boats who will not slow down to pass or overtake causing us to rock precariously from side to side. Many of our possessions fall off the sofa, shelves or seats. Even pontoon boats, which I always thought were the snails of the boat world, can manage enough speed to rock us very badly.
and the survival of the strongest got the fish.
The fisherman shared the fish skeleton with the Snook (large fish protected in the marina but not in the waters of the Gulf). I wonder if they realised they were cannibals!!
I just liked the above photo.
Gary and I have biked quite a lot this week. We went to "Ding" Darling Wild Life Refuge (14 mile round trip) and were very disappointed not to see much wild life. We did see some wild flowers I have not seen before and do not know the name of.
On our ride around the refuge we saw an interesting sign. It read "area closed". Now, what made that interesting was in front of the sign was a very large cactus with lots of spines that would prevent anyone from entering making the sign redundant!!
I have been forgetting to mention a comment made by my Mum. She asked me if the earlier photo of an alligator's nest was an April Fool because I wrote it on the 2nd April. No, it was not an April Fool although it would have been a good one had it been.
Well, we hope to leave tomorrow if the winds are kind to us. I would like to say thank-you to everyone who has congratulated us on completing the Loop. I never thought it was such a big thing but it seems to be quite a accomplishment. Thank-you, everyone.
Kingston Rover Loop Map