We have a little history in Sanibel Island

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And it’s quite the experience having an entire restaurant to yourself in the evening, and knowing that the staff is grateful that you’re there because at least someone is giving them the business.

You feel extra special. You wish more people knew about this special place in the autumn – but you’re also kind of glad they don’t.

There are things about this island I probably should mention, because they should be mentioned in every article about Sanibel.

There’s the J.N. (Ding) Darling National Wildlife Refuge, a place to go boating and to see every manner of wildlife, particularly birds. There are biking trails crisscrossing the island and they are broad and easy, so you can bring the whole family and not worry about getting run over by a car.

Did I mention the alligators? Sanibel has more than a few of them, and they can be a little friendly with tourists. We had several close encounters with them when we first visited this island.

And then there are the shells. In addition to miles upon miles of beaches with one trillion beautiful shells that wash up upon its shores, there is a first-rate shell museum on Sanibel. If you do only one thing on this island, go to the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum. Learn about the shells.

And that’s what you’ll see. It’s a little more difficult to describe the full experience. Because if you put it altogether — the shells, the scenery, the surroundings — you end up in a better place.

This island gives more than it takes.

It’s a place of tranquility, a place to recharge. It’s been my little secret for the last 20 years — and now I’m telling you about it.

I can’t wait to go back to Sanibel this fall. It won’t be my last visit. I expect we’ll be coming here for many years. My kids will probably come here on vacation and so will their kids.

That’s just the kind of place Sanibel is.

It calls you. And you can’t resist.