Ah the roadside ftuit and veggie stand. This is a dying sight where I am from on the Loverly Isle of Long (Long Island). Glad to see they thrive on the Loverly Isle of Pine 😉
I need to google when I get home and find out why there are two different spellings for this town (Bocilla and Bokeelia) and why it’s called Pine Island AND Bocilla Island. Intrigue! Mystery!
In addition to watching the mullet jump, you can check out the coconut fish. What fun!
They want eight bucks to walk to the ende of it but since we haven’t any fishing poles, I don’t think that applies to us…
We found a place on the tip of Pine Island – open! Can’t wait for some fresh seafood 🙂
Closed! Off to find some grub…
The style may look familiar – their chairs appear at the Island Cow restaurant on Sanibel Island. TropicalChairs@yahoo.com
This is awesome – R.J. Oceans 352-465-6583 preserves ’em and turns ’em into works of art!
This is a really cool display at the Mango Festival – a mobile aquarium! Having fun watching the critters
We have been eating our way around with free samples and now we have found the bar – giant fan blowing, mango rum punch and great tunes. Life is good 🙂
Someone remind me to Google this book!
The mango man tells me this is a local variety! Head over to themangofactory.com
This stuff is SO beautiful! If you want to see more ho to www.sumatransun.com
It’s a lot bigger on the inside than it looked from the road. There’s a fair amount of cars in the field already. let’s go in!
We are headed to the Mango Festival on Pine Island. I have friends visiting from up in Callahan and none of us have ever been to this festival – but we are all mango fans! Herwe we go….