In the mean time we have walked this town and I know every inch of it.
We have walked by this poor little abandoned sailboat at least once every day. Great walking paths are all around the town and stores including the grocery are a few minutes away.
Just a beautiful creek we crossed on a morning walk. No gators in sight!
This is the view from a public fishing area just outside of the marina on our stern. Across the bay is Cape San Blas which is a gorgeous peninsula that looks out on the Gulf. We went over there on Friday for a day trip as a last gathering of our little group. California Lady crossed the Gulf on Saturday in conditions that were not guaranteed calm. So we said goodby and chose to stay put.
We used Victory Lap to go to the beach on Cape San Blas on a spectacular day!
It was so warm that Al jumped in for a swim, not telling me just how cold the water was, so I donned my suit and also jumped in, finding 70 degree water! It was in and out for me!!
After our beach walk we had lunch on InSpeyered which attracted biting flies. So Nancy used the elctrified bug zapper to protect us!
Every night we have the treat of another interesting sunset. Looking into the marina the sky reflects pink shades as the sun sets over Cape San Blas.