We drove about 20 minutes towards Bonita Springs to the Pink Flamingo Market. They don't have much produce, but more clothing, accessories for phones and I-Pads, jewelry, sunglasses, purses, kitchen gadgets, souvenirs, food vendors, etc. It is a fun place to just walk around. Ken did buy a case for his phone and I-Pad and I got a silver chain that I bought buy the inch so I could get a 14" one. The smallest standard size chain is 16" and that is too long to wear some of the seaglass and shell pendants I make. We also talked to a very interesting lady from Ireland who makes gorgeous jewelry from seaglass that she finds in that area. She was a real sweetheart.
|The Pink Flamingo is a busy and interesting place!|
|Lots to see and most things are reasonably priced!|
|This lady, with her Ireland accent, was|
fascinating to talk to and her seaglass
jewelry was gorgeous!
|Ken enjoyed watching this Cuban gentleman make cigars!|
We left the market at noon and drove to a Sweet Tomato Salad Bar Restaurant in the Naples area. Barry and Deb had never been to one and it is a favorite of Ken and me. I think it will be a place where Barry and Deb will return while here in Florida. They really enjoyed the delicious fresh salad bar, soups, and the sugar free chocolate mousse! A good time was had by all!!!!
We were back to Waldo by 2:00 and Ken and I took a walk around the campground and a neighboring community. Then he did some reading while I sat at the picnic table making jewelry. It was a delightful afternoon to be outside. Ken made us salads for dinner and a salmon burger for himself with sauteed onions and peppers. I designed 10 pendants made from seaglass we had found and then worked on the blog.
After eating and cleaning up from dinner, we left at 6:40 to go to Barry and Deb's campground to play games. The men won Sequence Dice and then we each won a game of Skip-Bo. We were back to Waldo around 10 after a fun-filled day.
|Playing Skip-Bo with Barry and Deb in their Airstream!|