Left to right: Joyce, Peggy (sitting), me and Karin
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Sunday, June 20, 2010
This picture shows one parking lot and some picnic tables but not the covered shelters, the old fort, the pier, the campground, the snack bars and gift shops, the miles of sidewalks for bikes and roller blades or the miles of white sandy beaches. This is truly a special place!
The sand was white and clean
We set up in the shade of some pine trees, near a little creek that Jonah loves
This is the most crowded I have ever seen Ft. De Soto and there was still plenty of elbow room
Jonah in his element
Bucket full of water critters
We had a beautiful day at Ft. De Soto park. Even the drive is fun. Straight on I-275 across the Howard Franklin bridge all the way to the Pinellas Bayway (last exit before the Sunshine Skyway bridge) and then turn left for Ft. De Soto or go straight for St. Pete Beach and the Don Cesar hotel. We listened to Jaime's custom music CD's and pointed out the landmarks while Jonah was the navigator with the map. As Mia said, "We're gonna have FUN!"