Definitely for the seafood lover. Long narrow lots are pretty common along the water here too.
I'm already seeing them cleaning the fish and putting it on the bbq.... yummmmmmm....
People there enjoy this "open life"a lot! It's cool, different to live in a kind of big city where you are always trying to get more privacy.Léia :)
I see the party Christmas lights, but where's the bar exactly??
My father built a fish cleaning station in our backyard when I was growing up. We called it the fish shelf. That's a great shot!
Looks like a little piece of heaven to me. Thanks for sharing, Jacob.
If I could deal with Florida's heat and humidity, I'd like this fish-eating setup a lot. Catch, clean, cook!About seasons: I grew up in Southern California, where, as you can imagine, I barely knew what a season was, at least in our town. We did go to the snow in the mountains and such, but there were no trees turning colors. I love it that we get that here.
I agree, hard to beat!
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