During this past holiday season Andy had the privilege to hit tennis balls with Heather Ciskowski, daughter of Ed and Lisa Ciskowski from Barrington Il. Heather is ranked in the top hundred in the entire country and each year looks forward to her Sanibel vacation at Ocean’s Reach to escape an Illinois winter.
Very snazzy! The Hoppers are long time guests and bring 3 generations of family members with them every Thanksgiving!
We so enjoy seeing them. They are loyal to their condo also–always reserving 2D2 over a year in advance. Ocean’s Reach is their home on Sanibel. A perfect dream home!
Bill has forwarded a few pictures for us to share with you. Ocean’s Reach always welcomes shared photos, so our thanks to you!
Here are pictures of the Pelicans in the pelican tree just up the beach from Ocean’s Reach.
One morning I counted 80 Pelicans in the water just off shore in front of Ocean’s Reach.
Grand-daughter having fun!
Before we view the last of Valerie’s photos, Ocean’s Reach and all of the Sanibel Beach Blog readers would like to thank Valerie for sharing her memories of Ocean’s Reach on lovely Sanibel Island. Many thanks, Valerie!
Osprey in nest in front of our place.
Jeff and Meg before our hike. We had to find something to do between check-out and our plane departure.
Is this a “family” of turtles?
Yikes! Good thing Jeff walked ahead of Meg & Valerie!
Jeff is thinking the alligator will just go away so we can continue our hike! Meg & Valerie aren’t waiting around!
No more condo. We actually had to go out to eat lunch! Meg & Jeff enjoying the last day.
Valerie, the amateur photographer. Sanibel truly is the reason for such nice photos!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! to Ocean’s Reach for making this a great “mini” vacation!
Peace, faith and hope,
Ocean’s Reach is pleased to share more photos from recent guest, Valerie. Hope you also enjoy her headings for the photos!
Beautiful sunset! I love the way everyone gathers to watch the sun setting!
Sun hits the water!
We almost didn’t get out to see the sunset tonight.
Same sunset…only 10 minutes had passed!