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January 31st 2005
Published: January 31st 2005
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Bob learning to surfBob learning to surfBob learning to surf

Bob being his serious self, learning to surf, on Seista Key Beach, Sarasota, FL

All those that wander are not lost



We left the Oscar Sherer State Park and headed back to the 24/7 to finish up our computer work, then drove north to Sarasota to meet Bob and Sara Zavos. We met at the Ringling Museum, besides their regular collection, there was a great Ansel Adams display of his black and white photographs of the natural beauties of our country. We found our campground in Siesta Key and went for a bike ride to Crescent/Siesta Beach, again voted one of the best beaches in our country. The sand is white and fine, like confectionery sugar, and the beach is quite wide and very lovely.
The four of us has a nice meal at Sweet Tomatoes, wonderful salads and pasta, plus. We drove back to the sailing club for a Folk Concert.

Another grand day and a visit with dear friends.





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Kelly Sara and Bob ZavosKelly Sara and Bob Zavos
Kelly Sara and Bob Zavos

We met some friends from Pittsburgh, Sara and Bob Zavos.
Crescent/Siesta Beach  Crescent/Siesta Beach
Crescent/Siesta Beach

This was voted one of the best beaches if not the best in Florida.
 Sand Sand
Sand

The white sand is like powdered sugar.


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