Saturday, March 27, 2010

Sunny Sanibel Saturday

The low last night was 57 degrees and the high today was 82. :) We went to the beach at Seagrape Ln on the East end of the island and it wasn't too crowded. Although there were LOTS of people on the beach, near the Lighthouse. I could also see many people near the Holiday Inn. The other areas probably weren't as busy because today is check out for most condos. I'm sure it was much busier on the beach later this afternoon, after new people checked in. They will have nice, warm weather, but we do have a chance of showers the next couple of days. I hope it stays nice for the visitors. We also have one little visitor coming tomorrow to spend a week, Grand Daughter, Brooke. :)

Departure day, and somebody dumped their rejects. :( Or should I call them misfits?

Just another floating coconut. :)

I thought that Beach Morning Glories and Railroad Vine were the same, but I ran across a site a few days ago that said, while both are morning glories, the Beach Morning Glories (Ipomoea pes-caprae) are white, and the Railroad Vine or Goat's Foot Vine (Ipomoea imperati)
has pinkish or purple flowers.


sue in mexico mo said...

What fun - your granddaughter coming for visit! :-)

Little Black Scrap Cat said...

Glad the weather is warming up. I'm still looking for tickets for October. But first Wisconsin, Montana and San Diego this summer!!

antigoni said...

Beautiful moments and excellent photos as always!