Here’s an article we ran across entitled “The Best Remote Beach Destinations for People Who Hate Crowds,” published by The Culture Cheat Sheet. It starts:
“While plenty of people love visiting the beach, one of the top complaints you’ll hear from reluctant beachgoers is simply this: They hate the crowds.”The most beauiful beaches in the United States are hardly a secret — which can lead to overcrowding and frustration when you just want to stake out a good place on the sand that’s not a million miles from the water. » Read more
Just by happenstance, both Andy and John were vacationing in Boston last week and managed to meet up, inviting Red Auberach along to form a trio of dapper gentlemen! » Read more
“There is nothing more beautiful than
the way the ocean refuses to stop kissing the shoreline,
no matter how many times it is sent away.”
— Sarah Kay
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Salli Kirkland (yes – Billy’s wife!, left) and friend Beth Traucht (right) at Alpe de’ Huez
A pair of friends went on a trip of a lifetime last month, a two week adventure that continues to have them smiling as memories of the Tour de France, and private champagne tastings, are shared.
Their friendship began in 1990 after Salli Kirkland hired Beth Traucht to be a florist for the University Club. » Read more
A flashback to September 15, 2015! Thanks to William Cameron for sharing this beautiful photo! Dolphin spotting from Sanibel is a very popular activity! » Read more
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 @ 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
International Coastal Cleanup – Sanibel Causeway Islands
Join Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum and Keep Lee County Beautiful, Inc. for the Ocean Conservancy’s 32nd Annual International Coastal Cleanup on September 16, 2017. Last year, more than 791,000 volunteers worldwide removed 18 million pounds of trash from coastlines. Come to the Causeway Islands between 9 a.m. » Read more
Hi Ocean’s Reach family!
I am writing the following as a synapses of the important role you all play in our family’s lives. I am hoping you would consider publishing this on your blog for my parents to see around the actually anniversary (8/26/17). I have included a picture of the happy couple along with one of our entire family that Andy took. » Read more
By Charlie Sobczak; Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander
One of the most efficient flying birds in the world, the magnificent frigatebird rivals the albatross family in its ability to remain airborne for extended periods of time. Extremely light and with an enormous wingspan, it has the lowest wing-loading (weight to wingspan) of any bird in the world. Seemingly suspended in the breeze, the frigatebird resembles a kite or large black bat soaring high overhead. » Read more
How wonderful is it to sit on one of our oceanfront benches, with your first cup of coffee, and enjoy a stunning view like this?
Make a reservation for your return trip soon! Call our reservations desk to book a stunning sunrise of your very own! » Read more
Some people see more in a walk on the beach,
than others see in a trip around the world!
Thanks to Colleen Duffy for this wonderful photo! Please feel free to share your favorite photos with us by sending to firstname.lastname@example.org. » Read more