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  • Caladesi Island State ParkCaladesi Island State Park Clearwater, Florida
    The Caladesi Island State Park is located just north of Clearwater, Florida and right across from St. Joseph Sound near Dunedin. It was part of a larger island before the huge hurricane that came through here in 1921 and split it into Caladesi and Honeymoon Islands. The waters that flow between these two islands has aptly been named Hurricane Pass. It can be reached by ferry or boat from the docks on Honeymoon Island, but is just a short walk from Clearwater Beach which shares the island mass. Interesting sights include the beach, park concessions, marina, 3 miles of nature trails, picnic pavilions and bathhouses. You can swim, sunbath, fish, hike, study nature, look for shells, kayak and go boating. In 2005, it was named the 4th best beach in the nation, then in 2006 and 2007 it moved up to number two and by 2008, it had become the best beach in the United States.

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  • Captain Memo's Pirate CruiseCaptain Memo's Pirate Cruises Clearwater, Florida
    Captain Memo and his wife, Panama Pam came to Florida in a 30 foot sailboat from California after making its way through the Panama Canal. His real name is Bill Wozencraft, and he used to be a Prudential Life Insurance agent in California and Pam was a teacher for the hearing impaired and after donning his suit every day, he learned that there had to be a better way to live and make money. They had planned to sail the Caribbean for a year, deciding what to do with their lives, but it took two and a half years, and they ran out of money. While in Panama, Bill, who is Memo in Spanish, gained the name Captain Memo, since he was the captain of a boat and thus was born the legend of Captain Memo and Panama Pam.

September 11, 2012