Take a look at this handcrafted pen set created by one of our Ocean’s Reach owners, Brad S. from Birmingham, MI.
What a clever way to think of Sanibel every day. But next time, Brad, how about making one with a Pen Shell? (Sorry, we couldn’t resist!)
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Did you know?
With more than 400 miles of canals, neighboring Cape Coral has more miles of canals than any other city anywhere in the world – including Venice, Italy!
Now the 2nd largest city, land-wise, in the state of Florida, Cape Coral was first developed in 1957 by two brothers from Baltimore, » Read more
The Official State Shell of New York: Bay Scallop. Photo by Hirurg.
Sure, you might know your official state flower … or state bird … or state nickname. But do you know your Official State Shell?
Trivia fans may know that 14 of our country’s 23 coastal states have an officially designated “State Shell.” As example, the Horse Conch was adopted as Florida’s state shell in 1969. » Read more
His daughter, Tori (third from left), made her first trip to Ocean’s Reach when she was six weeks old, and has been coming back ever since!
Scott’s grandkids have been coming since they were babies, too!
Thanks for the great photos, Scott! » Read more
Common Gullinule » Read more
Little Blue Heron » Read more
Dutchman’s Pipe Vine
Bees on a bird house » Read more
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron » Read more
Great Egret at the Bailey Tract
Yellow-crowned Night Heron
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