What a beautiful sight…….the sun setting & the full moon rising while visiting Ocean’s Reach!!
Thought you would enjoy the video.
Penny and Faye
No-one brightens our holidays more than two of our favorite ladies from Jupiter, FL.
Faye and Penny make the trek across the state each December to join us for the island’s Luminary Night. Of course, they need to sneak a candy cane from you-know-who first, but then it’s on to an evening filled with fun, frolic, shopping and refreshments!
What a beautiful potpourri of color we recently received from long-time guest Del S., who visits us regularly from Jamesville, IA.
“I have so enjoyed the photos that are posted on the Ocean’s Reach blog. I am attaching a few of the ones I took last year.
Thanks so much and I look forward to taking more later this month when we return to Ocean’s Reach!”
We do, too, Del, and very much look forward to seeing what amazing shots you capture next!
My husband and I just recently spent a week at Ocean’s Reach!
We used to fly down from Warren, PA, but just this spring relocated to Ocala, FL. That meant we drove to Sanibel this time!
One beautiful afternoon we made “Ariel the Mermaid” from shells usually overlooked by shell seekers!
We love visiting the island and we will see you again soon!
Bob and Shelly H.
Thanks, Bob and Shelly, for solving our latest mystery. We had a number of folks ask who our talented guests were! We loved your creativity and look forward to seeing more in the future, now that we’re practically neighbors!
This beautiful shot was sent to us by longtime guest Guillermo D. — affectionately known around these parts as “Billy” — from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He calls it “A Room with a Real View” and says “This picture makes me come back to Ocean’s Reach … year after year!!!”
We can certainly echo the sentiment, and can’t wait to see Billy and his family again soon!
“This is the first of the meteorite photos my brother has shared off his electron scanning microscope. I found about twenty on a short walk on the beach at Sanibel dragging a powerful magnet. I collected only about a teaspoon of black dust to bring home. They are prominent there due to the lack of any other magnetic debris on the beach. No nearby industrial incinerators pollute the air. Most meteorites I’ve ever found on one magnet. We always knew the beaches there were special!”
Guest Renee H. from North Grafton, MA, sent us this photo, saying that “I knew there’d be a Sand Turkey somewhere in sight of Ocean’s Reach! Thank for another wonderful Thanksgiving!!”
Thank you, Renee, for the great photo! We look forward to your return visit!