Today on the RV oilers blog, we continue on our Southern Florida trip....
Dale's precious Grandparents come down to winter in this part of Florida, so we spent some time with them Sunday afternoon, and went out to eat with them at Anna Maria's Oyster Bar on Monday, for some all you can eat shrimp and fish.
Kids meals were a penny an inch. WHAT?! For real. They measure your kids when they first come in and write their height on the kids menu.
You mean I only have to pay 58 cents for my almost 10 year old to eat?
THAT. IS. CRAZY. AWESOME.
Tuesday was cooler since a front had pushed down, so we decided instead of the beach, we'd go to Manasota Beach to hunt for some shark teeth......
We walked the beach a long time, looking for sharks teeth and found some awesome treasures! Have you heard about the Red Tide? Apparently its an algae that really makes you cough and cough. It literally took our breath away.
We really oiled up when we got home! YIKES!
After all that, plus BLUSTERY winds, we were so wind weary, we just headed home to veg out and curl up for the night. Thank goodness, I had put chili in the Instant Pot before we left. Yummmmmm! And we grabbed some corn bread and fresh shredded cheese at the awesome little Amish shop on the way home.
The next few days were nicer, so we planned a trip to the oh so beautiful, #1 beach in the USA, Siesta Key! Oh my goodness, the white powder sand is AMAZING!!!!!
I'll get the photos together soon....