Since our last post we have been to Port St Joe's, a very nice small town with a wonderful marina. There was a manatee that was injured at this marina, but was rescued the day before we got there. They said it weighed approx. 1,000 lbs. They can get as large as 13 feet and weigh as much as 3,000 lbs! I guess that's why they call them "sea cows" slow moving and huge.
As we were going down the ICW, I found this house that I thought was interesting, double click on this picture and look closely, yes that's a tree growing thru the middle. I wonder if that's a selling feature down here.
When we left Port St. Joe's, we headed for Apalachicola, where we spent 2 nights. They are world renowned for their oysters. I think Jim has eaten more than his share of oysters on the half shell, and he agrees they are the best.
This will be our last entry until after the New Year. We will be heading back home for the holidays on Thurs. We finally get to the warm part of Florida, and we leave to go back where it is cold. The attraction is obviously family and friends, whom we miss terribly. Happy Holidays to everyone and we will continue with our adventures next year.