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Just a Nice Weekend

Every now and again, you just need to share some of the things you've done or photos you've taken. Here it goes:

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Survey Cafe

While every town along 41 from Marco Island to the Caloosahatchee River seems to be in a race to modernize and clone housing communities, the Downtown Bonita Springs seems to stand no chance at winning--and they are just fine with it. Me too. Downtown Bonita Springs is more reminiscent of an old fishing village than any of its neighbors to the north or south. No place encompasses that feel better than a small cafe converted from an old Florida cottage with a wrap around deck, The Survey Cafe. 

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Everglades City Seafood Festival

Every February, the tiny island of Everglades City which sports a population of only 400 full time residents swells to more than 10 times that as people from all over the world come to the Everglades City Seafood Festival. Cars back up for miles to fight for prime parking wherever they can find it on the barely more than 1 sq. mile gateway to the Glades. Fish have sustained the Everglades City population for more than a century from finding to catching to eating, and the Seafood Festival is further evidence of that. Mobile restaurants pop up everywhere and vendors from all over the state fight to sell everything from hand made hand bags to hand cut metallic sculptures, elk jerky to gator on a stick. While all of the food may not be caught in local waters, the knowledgeable Floridian knows where to find the smoked mullet, stone crabs, and deep fried gator. 

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