This week’s Microadventure was a spontaneous trip to see an Art Show in Sanibel with Becky.
On Friday morning, I saw a post on Facebook from an old colleague from the Sun days, Geoff Coe. I knew Geoff was somewhere in Florida and I’d seen many of his posts with his stunning photography. In his post, Geoff said he would be at this art show on Friday and Saturday from 9-4pm.
The weather was a lot cloudier and colder than usual, and the forecast for Saturday was even worse, with rain predicted. If we were going to go, the sooner the better!
Lucky for me, Becky is an up-for-anything kind of gal-pal, and she generously offered to make the 2+ hour drive with me to go see the show.
It was wonderful to see Geoff again after so many years and hear about his business, Geoff Coe’s Wild Images. The photographs were amazing and stunning to see in person.
Geoff’s booth was very busy. I found out he’ll be in Sarasota, too, a couple of times this summer, so I’ll get to see him again!
Unfortunately, the weather was too cold to get out to the beach, but I still had fun having the afternoon with Becky. Even though I’ve been living with her all month, Becky and I have each been so busy, we’ve hardly had any time to do something together! It’s always good to get some one-on-one time with the wise and wonderful Becky Burns.
After enjoying our fill of the art show, we meandered next door to a very fun and funky restaurant, Island Cow, for an early dinner before heading home.