From the bloggers at Zee Traveler.
With rain and cooler temperatures headed our way we decided we better get in one last visit to beach before moving further north. This time we planned our trip to a beach in Nokomis with the main objective to stay until sunset to watch the Drum Circle which Nokomis Florida is known for. The Drum Circles only happen on Wednesdays and Saturdays so since we planned to leave for Brookville Florida on Friday we picked Wednesday for our adventure.
The drive took us about 40 minutes to Nokomis Public Beach. The temperature was in the mid 70’s and there were some clouds giving us hope for a great sunset. We set up our Sunbrella and chilled on the beach for a few hours noticing lots and lots of shells on this beach!
About 4 p.m. I noticed a few people starting to gather near the life guard stand so I told Sharon to take our chairs to snag a front row seat at the circle. I took the rest of our gear back to the CRV and when I returned to the beach Sharon had already made some new friends from Michigan, Linda and George. Linda had given Sharon a red solo cup of Chardonnay for us to share. We had brought two beers but had already consumed them before we moved to the Drum Circle.
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