It’s Sea Turtle Nesting Season. They will lay an average of 50-160 eggs at a time. After a two month incubation, the young turtles hatch and head towards the water…photo courtesy of Fort Myers Beach Florida on Facebook
Home Inspection Marketing Center is having their 8th Annual HIMC Workshop in Beautiful Fort Myers at the Holiday Inn in November!!! This year non-members will be able to attend and the seats are filling up FAST!!! Do you plan to attend? Or know someone who would be interested in networking with some of the most Awesome ‘Marketers of Home Inspection Services’? There are two very important things that you will gain by attending the “Keep Your Home Inspection Schedule Full” Workshop in November…
1. The education imparted by the speakers at the event, who are all Master Marketers Of Home Inspection Services!
2. The tremendous education you’ll get from Networking with other very successful Marketers Of Home Inspection Services!
Click here for our Full Website: http://www.keepyourhomeinspectionschedulefull.com/ and more information on our Workshop in November!
Are you a small business? Trying to stay positive in these ‘trying’ times? Not sure what the next week or month might bring and not sure what to expect from the holiday season? Why not ignore all of the economic bad news, let your more positive way of thinking win out, and just say “no” to the recession?
Just Say “No” to the Recession:
A Refresher Course for Retailers Who Want to Boom Rather Than Bomb This Holiday Season
by Rick Segel, Courtesy of http://www.napleschamber.org
These are the times that try retailers’ souls. Unemployment is at a 14-year high, consumer confidence is at an all-time low, and the stock market has yet to mellow out. If you own a retail store, you’re not sure what sales numbers to expect this holiday season.
Why not ignore all of this economic bad news, let your more positive way of thinking win out, and just say “no” to the recession?
I’ve been noticing lately that the restaurants I go to are still full of patrons. And when the ski shop in my town had its preseason sale, its parking lot was full. And a good friend of mine, a real estate broker, just told me she had one of her best months in three years. My point? People are still buying stuff, big and small. And it’s not like Christmas was cancelled this year, so people will keep on buying. It’s your job to make sure they are buying stuff from you.
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Micronutrient Testing…I plan on getting this test done to see where I am nutritionally, then I’ll have a better understanding of what to eat, drink and what vitamins and supplements to take. Well worth getting my health in much better shape! http://digestivehealth.beaumont.edu/micronutrient-testing –
Dr. Michael Varveris does this test right in his office…here is information Determine what you should eat for better health Check it out and if you want the test done also, give him a call and schedule your appointment.
Arthrities Just To Name A Few…
Your Solution? Determining what particular foods should be avoided is crucial since, “one man’s meat is another man’s poison.”
Dr. Varveris has a test that will determine what foods are beneficial to you and what foods to avoid. This test is performed right in his office and the results can put you on the right path to feeling better and living a healthier, happier life.
Click here for more information http://www.yourpersonalhealthandwellnessadvocate.com/scientifically-determine-what-you-should-eat-for-better-health/
Interested in having this beneficial testing for yourself or a family member, contact Dr. Varveris’ office at 239-676-3410.
It’s hard to imagine that in a few days, we will be seeing the full effects of Hurricane Isaac…today the weather is great and sunny, with not much indication of the coming bad weather
except what’s on doppler…and in 4-5 days, we will see the full effects of Hurricane Isaac!!! – Are You Prepared?
Are You Prepared for Hurricane Isaac? Click here for more information. – Hurricane Prepardness Information
I found this picture and article on a friend’s Facebook page – it is totally awesome but I know I couldn’t go out on this skywalk. I would be totally freaked out! But it is a spectacular thing for sure…what do you think?
The Grand Canyon Skywalk is a transparent horseshoe-shaped cantilever bridge and tourist attraction in Arizona near the Colorado River on the edge of a side canyon in the Grand Canyon West area of the main canyon. USGS topographic maps show the elevation at the Skywalk’s location as 4,770 ft (1,450 m) and the elevation of the Colorado River in the base of the canyon as 1,160 ft (350 m), and they show that the height of the precisely vertical drop directly under the skywalk is between 500 ft (150 m) and 800 ft (240 m).
Commissioned and owned by the Hualapai Indian tribe, it was unveiled March 20, 2007, and opened to the general public on March 28, 2007. It is accessed via the Grand Canyon West Airport terminal or a 120-mile (190 km) drive from Las Vegas, which includes a 10-mile (16 km) stretch of dirt road which is currently under development. The Skywalk is east of Meadview and north of Peach Springs with Kingman being the closest major city.
All the items we had for Sale have SOLD! Thank You North Naples Living – I love the Internet!!!
For Sale In North Naples – Moving at the end of July, Don’t Miss Out!
(1) Kenmore Upright Freezer/white, purchased in October 2011 for $499.00, will sacrifice for $275.00 (Like Brand New) – Kenmore Upright Freezer reviews
(2) Streetstrider x 2/red, was a Christmas present, purchased both for $1,500.00, will sacrifice for $900.00 (Brand New-barely ridden) – StreetStriders/
(3) Man’s Rollerblades (size 13) and Ladie’s Rollerblades (size 8), purchased but not used. Protection equipment included. Was asking $175 for both but will sacrifice for $100.00 for both Mens and Ladies Rollerblades
Bring Cash – First Come, First Serve. Call today and pick up today! 239-580-7853 ask for Beth
Also Several One and a Half Year Old Well-Established Plants In Pots – Pink Bougainvillea x 3 in pots as Trees, Yellow Hibicus x 2 in pots as Trees, two Bougainvilleas in pots as shrubs, 1 peach Hibicus in pot as shrub, 1 Giant Aloe Vera! All for $150.00 or $25.00 each.
I knew there was a lot going on with the rain, wind and all the bad weather further up north of us…but I was itching to get over to Vanderbilt Beach to see the Gulf! I am in AWE of the Gulf, whether it’s during the day with calm waters, or at night as the sun is setting or when we have ‘weather’ and the waves are coming in OR during/after Tropical Storm Debby!!! I wanted to get out and ‘check it out’…
So today, I was out and about running errands and I had a 30 minute time frame where I could ‘get away’, so of course, I went immediately to Vanderbilt Beach. Not knowing what to expect, knowing that there had to be waves but just totally unprepared…this is the first ‘bad’ weather we’ve been in since we’ve been down here in SWFL in 2 years…we’ve had such mild weather. But I knew that the Gulf was ‘showing itself’ and I wanted to see it!!!
Here you go – at Vanderbilt Beach, while I was there, there was pretty much No Beach! The wind was blowing unbelievable and the tide was coming in. Although kids and adults were having fun in the waves…which I never would have ventured into those waves, the water kept coming in and at one point, there was actually no beach showing…the water came right up to the vegetation and sea grass…wow – never seen that!
Lots of Wind, Lots of Sand, The Smell of The Sea, More Sand…I Loved It!!! and would do it again tomorrow and the next day, and the next…I just love the Gulf!!!
Prayers going out to all the people affected by Tropical Storm Debby…May they be Safe and Get Through This Time Of Their Life!
Tornado picture courtesy of Sean Parker – Thank You Sean!
My husband and I had planned a trip up to Venice for the weekend. When we left on Friday, it had started raining in North Naples. We were not so sad as we knew how much our SWFL area needed the rain. And while in Venice, that is about all it did…but they needed the rain also. We were out and about enjoying our time in Venice, checking out the different shops and restaurant and just taking time out for a much needed rest.
We even went over to the North Jetty Saturday afternoon and watched a lot of the ‘surfers’ enjoy the waves that were coming in…
On Saturday evening, I spoke to my sister in North Georgia who told me she heard that a tornado had touched down in Naples…of course, being in Venice, we were out of the loop so I got online and Googled ‘tornado North Naples’ and sure enough, a tornado had touched down not far from where we lived.
On the way home today, we drove through lots of rain and had to deal with ‘really crazy people’ on I-75. These crazy people never slowed down for the rain…which you must have respect for the rain…well, someone didn’t have respect and just north of Fort Myers, there was an accident with all the southbound lanes of I-75 closed. We were able to get off the interstate before hitting the traffic jam and we traveled a few miles down Tamiami Trail so we could get around the traffic jam. We were able to get back on the interest south of the accident and got home with no issues.
Once home, we decided to go over to the Boston Beer Garden for lunch. While there, our sweet little waitress told us about the tornado yesterday and that one of her customers actually got a picture of the tornado right outside the Boston Beer Garden from the parking lot…it just so happened that he was there, so she brought him over so we could see the picture on his Smart Phone! I asked Sean to email me a copy of the tornado picture so I could post it on my site for all to see.
Thank You Sean Parker – our North Naples ‘news eye in the sky’ photographer and ‘storm chaser’…ha ha – what a great photo and so ominous, I think I would have been shaking in my shoes if I were standing in the parking lot at the Boston Beer Garden and saw this tornado over by Tamiami Trail…
Thank goodness no one was hurt in the tornado but there was definitely a lot of damage in the area.