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Re: Nice day/August in Florida

Jim: I am a AAA member and never go anywhere without their help...I'll
give them a call today when I get home so I can the stuff I want and get
some planning done. Thanks for the reminder. Sounds like we might be
better off selecting a central location to camp at that is easily
accessible to the places we really want to go to. Sanibel and Captiva
Islands are definitely a priority as we've always regreted not visiting
there when we lived in Daytona that one year. Also, I hear there are
places where you can swim with the manatees (Crystal River was one such
place, I believe) and IMO, if this isn't harmful to the ecology or the
species, this is a much better use of our $ than some of the more
commercial tourist places like Disney, but we're still checking into
that. What do you think of this idea? I'm seriously interested in what
local persons think of this...is it bad for the manatees to be so
exposed to humans? How does it impact their environment? TIA.

Hills, IA  zone 5

 --- On Thu 05/05, james singer < islandjim1@verizon.net > wrote:
From: james singer [mailto: islandjim1@verizon.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 05 May 2005 08:01:11 -0400
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Nice day/August in Florida

Well, you won't be cold. For August, the average high temperature is 90
<br>[record is 97]; average low temperature is 76 [record is 68]; and
there <br>is an average of 10 rainy days [6 inches of rain]. These
averages and <br>records are for Venice, but the rest of the state will
be similar. So <br>don't forget the sunscreen and the
sunglasses.<br><br>The Gulf beaches are delightful at that time of
year--the water is <br>about 80 degrees, quite like a spa. And there are
lots of interesting <br>things to see and do. But the Florida Gulf coast
is not like the <br>Pacific coast or the Atlantic coast. Much of the
Gulf coast--especially <br>the stretch from Panacea to Crystal River--is
salt march and not <br>accessible by auto except for a few isolated
fishing camps.<br><br>You might want to spend some time with a map and
AAA's Florida Tour <br>Book. If you're not a AAA member, let me know and
I'll send you a copy. <br>The book is very good at describing points of

interest--parks, natural <br>phenomena, and the like--as well as letting
you know, by omission, that <br>there can be long stretches of some of
these roads where even a gas <br>station is rare.<br><br><br>On May 5,
2005, at 5:04 AM, Melody wrote:<br><br>> So, Jim...what is the weather
usually like down there in Gulf Paradise<br>> say around middle of
August? Now that we have a reliable means of<br>> transport, our trip
south is definitely on. Now I know this might sound<br>> silly, but
since none of us have ever seen much of the Gulf Coast, we<br>> are
planning on a driving trip down the coast, stopping whenever and<br>>
wherever that takes our fancy. We did this a couple of years ago when
<br>> we<br>> went to visit Tony in Washington...drove up the coast as
far as we <br>> could<br>> in several hours, turned around and came back
down the ocean highway,<br>> stopping whenever one of us would go
"Ooh...look at that, let's stop!"<br>> We ended up somewhere in Oregon a

or so later. You get to see the<br>> best darned places in this country
that way...just driving wherever...<br>><br>><br>><br>> Melody<br>>
Hills, IA zone 5<br>><br>><br>><br>> --- On Wed 05/04, james singer <
islandjim1@verizon.net > wrote:<br>> From: james singer [mailto:
islandjim1@verizon.net]<br>> To: gardenchat@hort.net<br>> Date: Wed, 04
May 2005 15:14:53 -0400<br>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Nice day/or
not<br>><br>> 1-3/4 inches so far.<br><br><br>On May 4, 2005, at 2:13
PM, Pam Evans<br>> wrote:<br><br>> No foolin' Jim - that doesn't look so
hot!!<br>> Hmmmm....<br>><br>> On 5/4/05, pdickson
<pdickson@sbcglobal.net><br>> wrote:<br>>> take cover.....<br>>> -----
Original Message -----<br>>><br>> From: "james singer"
<islandjim1@verizon.net><br>>> To: "Garden Chat"<br>>
<gardenchat@hort.net><br>>> Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2005 9:47
AM<br>>><br>> Subject: [CHAT] Nice day<br>>><br>>>> Just another nice
day in<br>> paradise<br>>>><br>>>><br>><br>>

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