Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Summertime Fun on Fort Myers Beach

Image result for florida sunWe all love and enjoy the beautiful weather that Fort Myers Beach and SW Florida has to offer.  However, these summer months the heat can become dangerous.  Here are some great tips to help you keep cool when the weather heats up. 
  1.  Drink plenty of water, even if you are not thirsty.  Avoid dehydrating beverages such as alcohol, coffee, tea, or soda.
  2. Dress appropriately – Wear light colored, loose-fitting clothing.
  3. Avoid the midday heat. It is hottest between noon and 4pm, so those are great times to enjoy indoor activities when possible.  Limit vigorous activities during this time.
  4. Eat light. Avoid heavy meals, and try to eat items with high water content, such as fruit or salad.
  5. Wear a white hat or carry an umbrella. Blocking the sun’s harmful rays will keep you cooler and will help prevent sunburn.
  6. Use “cool” gadgets, such as personal mister fans, a thermal-cool neck wrap, or just a spray bottle to mist your face.
  7. Seek Air Conditioning!
  8. Take plenty of baths or showers. Water conducts heat away from the body, so a tepid rinse is a great cooling technique.
  9. Enjoy water play. Whether it is the ocean, your hotel pool, a water park, or an interactive splash fountain… enjoy playing in the water wherever you are.
  10. Wear sunscreen. Nothing ruins a vacation faster than getting a severe sunburn on the first day.


Friday, June 9th
8:30am, Newton Beach Park. Join Biologist Dexter Norris on the beach for a fun walking tour/lecture about Fort Myers Beach and the natural environment. Breakfast provided. Reservations required.
$15. 239-765-0865. www.moundhouse.org

10am, Shell Point. In this Shell Point Academy class, hear Kristie Anders, Education Director at the Sanibel Conservation Foundation  present an educational program that focuses on the loggerhead
turtle. Attendees will also learn about the green sea turtle and the Kemp’s Ridley turtle. $10. 239-489-8472.

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5-10pm, Times Square. Free live music concert, food & fun with High Tide.

Saturday, June 10th

8:30am, Mound House. Enjoy fun for the whole family with this new kayak tour designed especially for parents and their children ages 6 and up. Look for wildlife as you cruise Estero Bay. Instruction provided on land and tour is at an easy pace. Great for first time kayakers and children. Reservations required. Also offered on June 24. Call 239-765-0865. $15 ages 6-12; $25 ages 13 and up. Museum admission included. All paddling equipment provided.

5-10pm, Times Square. Free live music concert, food & fun with Hester Prynn.


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Fort Myers Beach Boaters Paradise in Fairview Isles. Great Bay views, 3 bedrooms 3 baths with loft that could be 4th bedroom. 2 full car garage with bathroom. Home has been completely upgraded through out in the past 2 years, including updated windows, AC, bathrooms, roof, pool cage, pool equipment, hot water heater, flooring and All stainless kitchen. Great dock and lift. Classic Florida charm that shows pride of ownership, painted in a soft beachy palette with spacious open floor plan. with views to bay from every room. Boating is less than 50 feet to bay, and then straight out to gulf. Fairview Isles has a nearby White Sand Beach access. Home sold with Pontoon boat that is on the lift, and a one year Home Protection Plan By American Home Shield.

Phillip Babcock

Lahaina Realty on Fort Myers Beach  239-994-4572  Follow this link to search for all properties for sale in South West Florida www.fortmyersbeachwaterfront.com 
For a free evaluation of your home or condo current value go to www.FreeFortMyersHomeValues.com you will receive 3  recent property sales and 3 current properties for sale, and the current market value of your propertyReceive a Free Home Warrantyvalue $450.00, with each property purchase or listing above $150,000  

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