On Saturday we went into St. Petersburg to the Chihuly Museum. It was only three rooms and cost $14 a person. I was a little disappointed, because we had seen his work at the Botanical Garden in Phoenix a few years ago and we were very impressed. Same beautiful glass art but looks much better in nature. If we had never seen his work before it would have been a good introduction.
Remember these are all large pieces made from glass. Enjoy.
Sunday was a beautiful warm day, so in the afternoon we went to Pass-a-Grille, It is the southern end of St. Pete Beach. There was no beach walking for Larry with his foot, but this was close to were we parked the car. We then had a special Valentine dinner at the Hurricane Seafood Restaurant across the street. Our table was on the second floor balcony, so we had a nice view of the Gulf. A perfect day!
Our driveway was cracking and needed to be made deeper to withstand the weight of the RV going over it.
Taking out the old cement.
A lot of hard work.
Made it 8 inches deep and put down rebar.
Cement being poured. That set up for a month and then the day we left to come to St. Petersburg they started the decorative layer. I would loved to see how it was done but since we were not here all I have to show you is the finished driveway.
We retired in 2005 and began traveling. We are certified directors with DWG Waterless car wash, so if you want to clean, shine, and protect your car, cycle or RV see us.In April 2012 we answered God's call to service and joined NOMADS, Nomads On a Mission Active in Divine Service.