Going to leave this town forever
And go where I'll never
Need an overcoat no more, where they cry ...
Ooh lalalala, every night and every day
Sitting by the Gulf coast just a thousand miles away
Where they cry ...
Ooh lalalala, on an island I will dwell
Starlit nights in paradise on the Isle of Sanibel
When we first walked out onto the beach, I saw a man reeling in a kite. It went down into the water and he fought with it, like he was reeling in a fish. He walked a LONG way down the beach, before he was finally able to get it out of the water. You can see him in the video, which was a little while after he had started his chase to the east.
Pointe Santo de Sanibel
The poor man finally caught up with his kite.
I should have posted this notice last night. The traffic today was awful.
If you are on island, don't forget to factor in extra travel time if you have to be somewhere on schedule.
News Release – City of Sanibel, FL
March 1st, 2010
TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY–
73rd ANNUAL SHELL FAIR AND SHOW
Due to the 73rd annual Shell Fair and Show being held at the Sanibel Community Association, 2173 Periwinkle Way, heavy traffic is anticipated on Thursday, March 4th, Friday, March 5th, and Saturday, March 6th, along Periwinkle Way from Casa Ybel Road to Tarpon Bay Road.
Additionally, on March 2nd and March 3rd, there will be shell sales only occurring at the Sanibel Community Association, which may cause traffic delays as well.
Motorists are advised to be alert for pedestrians crossing the roadway in this area and should expect delays. Please plan your travel accordingly.