Another open post! More to share! When I am struggling to write for a post, sometimes I will make an A to Z list or just a listicle. It just makes the writing more manageable. Another thing that I do is take nature pictures that help me have content for my blog. I don’t like writing poetry. It takes too much time. Although I spend probably as much time composing my post, it just feel harder to write a poem.
I give you my top three ways to enjoy a spring in Florida in the winter.
3. Pancakes at Deleon Springs Not the prettiest spring! More like an enclosed concrete swimming pool. But if you like pancakes, it’s worth the wait! You make your pancakes on the table-top griddle with the all-you-can-eat pourable batter. I do not eat pancakes, but my daughter and husband can vouch for them. They also have vegan and gluten-free options as well. It is worth the wait with a walk in the woods.
2. Manatees at Blue Springs When the water temperature drops below 68 degrees (don’t quote me here), the manatees head for the refuge of the springs. Typically, you can enjoy an early morning viewing and then in the afternoon, swim in the spring. It gets crowded early on weekends!
1. Rock Springs at Kelly Park A swim here in the afternoon or an overnight camping stay where you can swim in the spring with no one else around in the early am. This park gets full in the spring and summer so winter and fall are your best bets. When the air temperature is just right, the spring feels warmer although it’s at at 72 degree constant temperature year round.
What’s your favorite way to spend a Florida winter day?
As always, I look forward to your words!