Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Daytona Beach

Copyright 2014, CABS for Reflections From the Fence

The weather was perfect for beach walking and lunch, and so, off we went to the beach again, this time Daytona Beach:

I actually posted the following photo to Facebook where I wrote:

When we got to the beach today they told us that the high tide was "high" enough that some of the vehicle entrances were closed. Also suggested that it would be a while before we would be able to get off the beach. Holy beach water. We are captive to the tide. Jolly needed his 4-wheel to get us parked.

It is a bit difficult to see, but, the tide is so far up that there is only one lane of traffic, then the beach chairs, then water.

Trikes this time and there is the pier where we will have a long lunch.  We ate on the VERY top, in the back (sea side not land side) outside, with the wonderful salt air and umbrellas.

After lunch, Sony Too and I went to the railing and had some fun.  Near fishing piers there always seems to be at least one pelican that is semi tame and a beggar.  See him sitting atop the light pole?

Take off:

He landed near this young man fishing.  I giggle wondering what that young man was really thinking about this pelican sitting so near.

On our walk back to Jolly I managed to capture, one plane, dragging a sign, one kite surfer and one dude looking for gold, all in one photo.  Play time at it's best, eh?

The day was not over, we had one garden to visit - -


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