Monday was another nice day with the temp in the 72-74 range and lots of sunshine.
Wall Springs Park for more walking and another place that son Joe hadn't been before.
Wall Springs had its hay day in the 40's. There was a hotel with a large pool room enough to lounge around or jump in the mineral spring water, that was suppose to be good for and heal anything from high blood pressure to kidney disease. It was crowded in the winter time with people from the north.
Tarpon Springs eat at Hella's Restaurant to eat.
This was Joe's first time eating Greek food and he enjoyed his food very much.
By 1905, over 500 Greek sponge divers were at work using 50 boats. The early sponge divers created a need at the docks for eating places for the boat crews. ... For 30 years, the sponge industry was the largest industry in Florida—larger than citrus or tourism. Tarpon Springs was known as the “Sponge Capital of the World.”
We had a very nice day of the places today.
All that and still had time to watch the College Football Champion Game.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.