Late October – Sanibel – October 29, 2013

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    This morning, Sarah and I walked from (Sanibel) Beach Access 7, to Bowman’s Beach.  As stated in previous posts, this walk is one of our favorites, and today’s was the nicest YET.  The temperature and breeze were a perfect compliment to the clarity and color of the water.  The shell piles were plentiful […]

Interview by Kim Groll Scornavacco – (August 22, 2013)

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Kim, we still can’t thank you enough!!!  The following interview was written by Kim Groll Scornavacco  . . . a Sanibel/Captiva visitor, (very) talented writer, and SANCAPSTAR! Please click the link below to view her blog about our story in this world! Thank you so much for viewing!!! The Reynolds

A herd of fighting conchs – super low tide – Sanibel beach access 6

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Yesterday, Sarah and I came upon a herd of fighting conchs who were “adjusting” to a super-low tide.  I was able to get this video with my phone. These guys travel together, are herbivores, have a trunk like a elephant and eyes – COOL!  They are called fighting conchs due to the fact that if […]

Mystery Mark on the Australian Pine – Bobcat, house cat, raccoon . . . what do you think?

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Today I revisited “Punky” (the fearless lizard from yesterday’s post).  She arrived at the same tree, around the same time, and watched me – watch her.  I attempted to feed her a mosquito I caught (have video of that for another post), which she denied.  Ok, maybe she wasn’t hungry . . . I tried. […]