When I took my first steps this morning, my heel screamed in pain. %$!* that means planta fasciitis is back! I last had this problem in 2014, after a West Point weekend followed by a long flight home. Probably should not have done all that barefoot beach walking this week. I hope it clears up quickly this time.
sprint drills15:00 
3 rounds each 1A: DB Bench Press x 15 (15s) 1B: TRX row (palms down) x 12 1C: Incline Push-up x 10 2A: DB Fly x 15 (10s) 2B: DB Lateral Raise x 15 (3s)
one last short walk on the beach before I had to check out. Then I walked around the Florida Botanical Gardens for an hour or so. It was hot! I saw some nice flowers, but no alligators unfortunately.
orienteer36:53 3.38 km (10:55 / km) +5m10:50 / km ahr:122 max:138
Thanks @gordhun for the map of the University of South Florida. I drew a course to investigate some neat looking things, and then walked around. It was very hot, so I often took a route that maximized shade. The campus was mostly empty, but everyone I saw was wearing a mask, even outside (including me, I wanted to follow their rules).
A longer walk on the beach today. It was much more crowded, due to Mother's Day. I had fun people watching (haven't seen much variety in the last 15 months). I saw all the clichés: someone being buried in the sand; kids digging holes to watch them fill with water; building sand castles; people lying in the sun to get maximim tan; people covered up to minimize sunburn.
swim30:00  (injured)
more splashing around in the water. This sure was fun!
walking on the beach! I was so happy to be here, in the sun and surf. Not as many people out as I expected (on the sand) but there were many walkers and fishermen.
not really swimming, just splashing around in the Gulf. The water was warm, the waves were gentle, the sand was beautiful and the water was reflecting green. Wee! this was fun. I never liked going into the ocean, because it was too cold and the waves knocked me about too much. But I think this was the first time I was in the Gulf of Mexico and it was much nicer than any other salt water I had been in. Now I know what I had been missing!