by Mark A. LoomisPublished Aug. 24, 2018 08:59:50While I have enjoyed the many memorable beach walks and picnics along Florida’s most famous coast, I would love to see a day when a day of beach walks, picnicking and beach picnickers is the norm in my community.
A beach day is when people can walk on the water, swim, fish, picnic and go on a walk.
I think we can make a positive difference in the community by bringing more people out to the beaches and by making it a day to spend with family, friends and co-workers.
While I believe the beach day has grown to be a special occasion for people of all ages, it is especially special for those of us who grew up with it and those who grew through it.
Beach day is an event where families and friends gather for a day out together.
A day that many of us can’t do without.
And when we do have that opportunity, we will be thrilled.
I have a couple of favorite beaches along the Florida coast.
First, I’m a big fan of the beach at Lake Okeechobee.
It is a stunning place to watch the sun rise and set, and is located at the southern end of Lake Ogeechee.
The beach at the edge of the lake is a wonderful way to get some sun, even if it is just a few minutes in the summer.
And the beach just outside of downtown Tampa is also a must-visit.
The area is also known for its surfers and kayakers.
There is always something to do and see on Lake Ookeechobees waterfront, from hiking to fishing.
And for those who enjoy the beaches, there is always the opportunity to relax on the beach or in the shade on a beach chair, sand bar, surfboard or a boardwalk.
I enjoy both of those.
Another favorite is the beach near St. Petersburg.
It’s not far from downtown and the beach is close enough to get out on a paddle board, kayak or canoe.
It has the best of both worlds of the city and beach.
It also has a very diverse collection of restaurants and bars that can be enjoyed at a very affordable price.
And it has the opportunity for everyone to get together for a nice family day.
Lake Okeechee, a beautiful, beautiful place to paddle and surf, and a great spot for a picnic is located near the shoreline.
I have been on the lake and it’s a great place to sit and enjoy a little time.
Lake St. Clair, a very popular place to relax and have a picnic, is also close by.
The lake is the perfect place for a relaxing day or to have a nice picnic.
St. Louis Park, a city park on the Florida shoreline, has the perfect setting for a beach day.
It can be great for kids to go for a little walk or enjoy some sun.
And St. Charles Park is just miles from the downtown area.
St Louis Park is the location for many of the many community activities in the area, including the St. Francis of Assisi Parish.
The beautiful beaches of the Florida Keys are just minutes from downtown St. Lucie.
And there are plenty of other great places to spend a beautiful day.
There are beaches and trails to explore along the entire coast, as well as restaurants and entertainment in many of St. Lucias parks and attractions.
You can also walk to the beach and enjoy some good old fashioned sun and surf.
The St. Johns of St Johns is a great community beach that is also easy to find in St. Augustine.
The St. Joseph River is also an excellent place to swim, kayaks, paddleboards and picnic.
And, if you’re feeling extra adventurous, take a walk on Lake Mendocino.
This is a nice, sandy beach with beautiful views.
I love swimming in St Marys River and I often paddle in the river.
And if you can’t make it to the river, you can go to the nearby islands.
And finally, if all that sounds great to you, you should probably consider a day at the beach, just like I did for a good while.