Thursday, April 2, 2009


Last week, Russel and I met my sister Betsy and her husband in Fort Myers, about half way between Miami and Ocala. We spent a couple days "doing" Sanibel, the Edison-Ford Estates and Gamble Plantation. We went shelling the first evening, but missed low tide, so pickings were slim, but Russel got us to pose on the beach. We stayed till it got dark, headed back to our hotel and played cards for a couple hours.

Sanibel Light doesn't look like much as you cross the bridge onto Sanibel from the mainland, but up close it is more impressive. This was the view from the beach on this cloudy evening.

This pic is from the grounds of the lighthouse.

Here's the marker for the Light. Click on it and it will give you a bigger picture if you want to read up on the Light.

That's enough of Sanibel. On to Edison-Ford Estates. Thanks for stopping by.

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~* Tracy *~ said...

Lovely lighthouse pics and say a big thank you to Russel for taking the gorgeous pic of you and your sister on the beach :)

Deelite said...

Great pics. I especially love the lighthouse and the beach scene. TFS with your friends who have not been to the water in a long long time.