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Apr 3, 2018

Highlights from this episode

  • Ed's attempts at living in the model homes at Del Webb. - (4:44)
  • Proof that Shelley is kind of a lightweight. - (5:38)
  • Mermaids swimming in our pool? - (6:20)
  • Why Andy isn't afraid of Ally. - (6:40)
  • We schedule our first hurricane party - in March! - (8:58)
  • Fun Facts about alligators! - (19:10)
  • What is the difference between alligators and crocodiles. - (21:37)
  • Everyone is impressed that Ed is a native Floridian. - (27:25)
  • Mom's recommendation for a great realtor. - (30:53)
  • Mom & Dad like the podcast. - (36:00) 

Cocktails with Customers - (2:23)

Today we enjoy exceptionally smooth Mermaid Vodka with Andy and Marci Kaye at their new home in Del Webb - Lakewood Ranch!

The Local Flavor - (13:28)

After living in Sarasota for four years we FINALLY make time to visit beautiful Myakka State Park which is surprisingly only a 20 to 30 minute drive east of Sarasota!  Also we have our first installment of Fun Facts with Ed.  This week it is appropriately about alligators.

Interview with Ed's mom & dad - (25:51)

Ed's mom & dad (Bonnie & Bruce) live in The Villages which is about 3 hours north of Sarasota, so WHY are we interviewing them?  Because it's our podcast and if you can't interview your parents on a podcast then what's the point of being in charge of it?  LOL.  Kidding aside they had some great insights about buying a home later in life after Bruce's 30 years of military service in the Navy.
 

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