|Elgin played tennis from 8 am to noon. After lunch we went for a drive, paid the $6. toll took the causeway across San Carlos Bay to Sanibel Island. Beautiful white soft sand beach, a popular place to collect sea shells apparently there is over 400 species that wash up on shore. I found a few different kinds and a lady standing in the water showed me how she finds a rough area and starts digging. We walked along the beach to the lighthouse, Sanibel Lighthouse, built in 1884. At the the other end of the island is Captiva Island with nice large estates. Both Islands had lots of birds and thick vegetation, Sanibel it is more touristy with lots of shops and restaurants. Had to stop at "Three Crafty Ladies", really nice quilt shop, card shop and cross stitch.