Chilly Willy

Dearest readers, permission granted to send me for a memory assessment. I turned a draft into a published blog last week. Great. The same topic (Salmon Run) had already been published. Oh well it was so exciting I wrote it up twice. The moral of the story is when your spouse tells you it is a repeat, pay attention.

Today was an adventure at Fort Desoto. Run 5k-Bike 10 miles-Run 5k. Aptly named Chilly Willy. This morning measured up nicely. A crisp 51′. Temps warmed up ten degrees by the end of the event and the sunshine was brilliant. A highlight of the day was watching a massive loaded cargo ship head towards the Skyway bridge. It looked like it was going to land right on the beach.

These are not my images, however there was a large and happy group of Black Skimmers and Royal Terns enjoying the beach. The water has dropped to 55′ so the beach was deserted except for wildlife photographers and curious duathletes.

Skyway Jacks serves up a consistently great breakfast and makes a great reason to enter events in St Pete.

Sending warmest wishes to you, thanks for following.


3 thoughts on “Chilly Willy

  1. That was something to watch while peddling! Someday, Pam and I will live in Venice as snow birds. As for now, we continue to take care of her 93 year old mother. C2C is unthinkable and wish you all the best on this courageous adventure!


  2. Nancy:

    Another great (short) pictorial—you & your camera are GRAND!

    Be sure to send SKYWAY JACK’s Picture to Joel so he can share it with the “real” skyway JACK WILLIAM.

    We all prayed for Kobe & Gianna Bryant; how sad, especially when JACK WILLIAM’s favorite B-Ball player, LeBron James, had just edged Kobe out of third place in the list of overall highest NBA scorers this past Saturday!

    LUV ya both (plus Sammy),



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