What to do when it's too chilly for a beach day in St. Pete . . .

There is so much to do in St. Pete, that even when the sun doesn’t shine (like yesterday) or the temperature won’t make it to 65 degrees (like today) - it’s not a problem! So this Southern Living article does a fantastic job of highlighting just a few of the great experiences waiting you and your guests in St. Pete. https://www.southernliving.com/travel/travel/st-petersburg-florida?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=social-share-article&utm_content=20190127&utm_term=574823&fbclid=IwAR2kaP7iGZQ54YdDpA6I0WH1AbdMyjWsCMlGmVd_pO3FSSAlhHE4z4ILlqs

Hmmm . . . that reminds me . . . you don’t actually have to wait for visitors to enjoy some of these special places. A few months ago, we wandered downtown to visit the new James Museum of Western and Wildlife Art, and it was fantastic. Many unexpected delights - from the collections to the bronzes to the space itself.

Terri Shapiro