Wednesday, May 16, 2007

The Beaches Are The Opposite Of The Beaches In New Brunswick!


The sand is a lot softer. The water is blue! Even the shells that wash up on shore are different, like shells in souvenir shops, instead of the usual mussel and clam shells we see here. Oh, yes... and the water is warm!
We spent the first two nights and the last night of our trip in St. Petersburg. Our hotel was right on the beach. We also stopped for a few minutes at the big pier and beach in Naples, where we saw a wild porpoise, and a pelican eating a fish. We were both blown away by the pelicans.








3 Comments:

Blogger Peter-Gibbons said...

...and by "opposite" she means; no brown water, no medical waste, no Quebecers in speedos and in general just didn't suck ass like it does here.

10:18 AM  
Blogger Sue said...

Is that the big pier in Naples? You won't believe this but my dad was in Naples one summer long ago and spoke about that pier - said he visited it every afternoon after classes. Thanks for posting the pic.

BTW, lovely beaches!!

1:15 PM  
Blogger Kare said...

Oh, it looks gorgeous! I love the shell picture.

How come no pics of naked old people on the beach? I thought for sure Florida was full of them.

12:11 AM  

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