The wind must have caught our screen door, because we found the handle on the floor one morning. We took a ride to the Camping World store to get a new one and Mr. Fix It had in on in no time. :)
While up that way, we stopped at Manatee Park where every winter hundreds of manatee flock to the warm water being discharged by the power plant. We saw quite a few, but the photographs didn't turn out well - the water was dark and the sun so bright you really couldn't see under the water. Trust me when I say there are lots of manatee in the following picture!
We made friends with one of the Manatee...
I even practiced my alligator wrestling skills while at the park. Didn't know I was that talented, did you?
Over the weekend we took in another art show, this one in Estero, and had lunch at a California Pizza Kitchen. Those restaurants are closed in Dayton, so I enjoyed my thai pizza, one of my favorites from that chain!
We've been over to Sanibel a few times to do some shelling, and Thursday my friend Elaine and I plan to take in an early sunrise and a negative low tide. It's tough work, but somebody has to do it. Those shells aren't going to find themselves! I have to get a few more beach fixes before we head to the desert! A cloudy day on the beach beats a sunny day of freezing cold temperatures!