6 miles on the beach this a.m. A 3-mile run to the pier and Starbucks [just used their “facilities”, picked up a bottled water and headed back out — SO thankful for their “facilities”!] Stopped for a bit at the pier to see the sun break the horizon, then a 3-mile brisk walk back to the resort with my bottled water. I think the red tide may be working it’s way south 😦 was coughing a bit when I reached the pier.

Yesterday we spent most of the day on the beach. Lunch was from Ed’s. So nice and convenient to be able to pick something good up like that and eat in right on the beach. Then we took a ride on the beach in the truck. No, Sari Beri and I DID NOT sit in the back in our swimsuits 😮 just rode in the front. We rode down to the south pier at Ponce Inlet where they were setting up for a wedding [I guess it was last night] out on the jetty — cool!

Dinner last night was at Park’s. Never been there before and while it was OK, it wasn’t anything grand. Probably won’t go back there. Then we played putt putt — forgot how outrageously expensive that is, but it was fun. I came in second by 2 points 😦

So much more I could write but I’m wanting to get out on the beach ASAP — so love it!

I brought some work with me but haven’t been motivated to tackle it yet 😮 I’ll take it with me to the beach today… maybe I’ll get motivated…


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