Thursday, March 22, 2007

Come along! #7

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This is the seventh and final installment in the week-long series, where you can join me on a daily walk through my community. Comfortable shoes - mandatory! Floppy sun hat - optional ;-)

Hurray! We've made it to the end of the line. Our 5-mile loop through the community terminates at Redfish Point in the Florida Mangroves.

Thanks to all who participated and as a reward, those of you who never whined or complained, can join me on a boat ride to the Gulf of Mexico, on to Florida Keys and maybe even to Cuba! Who's to stop us?

The rest of you - and you know who you are - just have to walk home ;-)

18 comments:

Nikon said...

I want that boat ride! I won't complain - let's try Key West at least!

Jilly said...

I'll be there too! This is so beautiful.Reminds me of when I lived in Cairns, Queensland with the walks across the mangrove swamps.

I should imagine mozzie spray is mandatory too, isn't it, Isabella?

Jx

Nathalie said...

Can't believe I've walked five miles, been there every day and I'm now told to walk home because I haven't been a good girl. How much more abuse I am supposed to take?

Hey I'm going back downunder. Who needs the Florida Keys when they can have Sydney beaches anyway?

Grumpy ;-)

Ben said...

Nice walk, Great series, Isabella.

Abraham Lincoln said...

You certainly got a series of interesting pictures of your area. I like this one better than all the others because it shows the boats and water and that blue sky that seems to be what makes Florida a home for so many. My son lives in Jupiter and has a photography studio in West Palm Beach.
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Dsole said...

cool! that's definetely a good way to finish your beautiful walk/parade!

Nobody will stop us!!
;)

Frank said...

My legs have not worked right ever since I met that Cocktail Cart. You do have refreshments on this boat don't you?
Hey is that a dolphin out there?

Kate said...

I think I'll join Natalie! Who needs the balmy skys of Florida? I've never been to Australia, and I know I'd enjoy the beaches. She and the other "whiners and complainers" are invited to Mazatlan for more sun,sand, and surf---- but you Isabella--too cruel you are!!

The Wellspring said...

What a beautiful walking tour...and I for one would jump on that boat! Perhaps you could drive me home??

~Lisa

pastorrick said...

Thanks for an interesting walking tour. I am ready to catch the boat.

Chris & Deb said...

Well I never......
I'm with Frank-that drink cart can't be too far behind us. Guess I'll start there and then wander down to Mazatlan.
As for Sydney-sorry Nathalie, Winter's just around the corner for you, so I'll pass.
Whiner

ruth said...

You disgruntled FL tourists can walk over to Paris still . . . if she hasn't already fed you to the 'gators, that is.

:D

Olivier said...

Belle vue, et j'aime bien ce parking à bateau ;o) c'est quoi l'immeuble au fond ?

Beautiful sight, and I like this carpark with boat ;O) what it is the building at the bottom?

richard said...

Hey Mom, are we nearly home yet?

Oya said...

What a wonderful way to finish the walk...

angela said...

Well that was a great walk, Isabella. I'll pass on the boat trip but if there are any cocktails going...
What's the building that's spoiling the skyline?
Angela

Ming_the_Merciless said...

My imagination of Miami and the Florida Keys are mostly based on CSI: Miami. Gorgeous city and absolutely beautiful people.

isabella said...

Oh, my - what little faith you have in me! You should have known that I would relent and take you all on the cruise...even Ms Grumpy and the Whiners ;-)
And, in case all those umbrella drinks onboard, the hot sun and the gentle waves left your memory a bit fuzzy - we had a wonderful time!