Known for its seven-mile strip of beautiful sugar-white beach coastline, emerald green and blue Gulf waters, we take a day to break the monotony of routine.
We found a place to park between North Shore Drive and Fern Street. Bill shows his bittersweet sad face as he reminisces about living in Hawaii as we had recently moved to Florida.
We had a walkabout then made our way towards Rod and Reel Pier for a snack.
Then, had a brunch at Sandbar Seafood & Spirits to dine with the sand between our toes.
Jambalaya Creole Medley & Red Quinoa and Blackened Salmon.
Before leaving the restaurant, I purchased a delicate Sand Dollar Clock to add to our home decor.