We don’t fish and we’re not birders, but we were fascinated by all the wildlife in the water, along the shoreline, right in front of your cottage. We watched white and brown pelicans, great egrets, snowy egrets, ibises, cormorants, great blue herons, otters, rabbits and dolphins, as if it were a living nature program. This is such a wonderful location, with so much to look at. On the inshore side of Blind Pass, the beach, shells and sunsets right across the street – and not having parking problems and fees! And while it was nice to be away from the busy town, we were happy to have the wonderful Mad Hatter to walk to for a special dinner (great Fois Gras). Sunset Grill (next to the General Store) is a quick walk and is a great place for a special dinner. Despite it being next to the store, it is elegant, with white tablecloths and delicious food. We walked the wildlife refuge and went on a nature cruise there. If you’re a reader, be sure to allow at least an hour to browse at Gene’s Books – where books overflow the crowded shelves of the little old cottage. Couldn’t believe you have 3 tvs! Nice to have a washer/dryer. The decor is attractive, and beds and sofas are comfy. The best part was sitting on the screened porch with a mild breeze, knowing it was snowing back in Maine!