The approach of summer in Florida has telltale signs including afternoon rains, high humidity levels and pesky little Lovebugs that fly into our hair, stick to the grills of our cars, and generate exclamations of ‘Yuck, it’s Lovebug season already?!?’ Those little pests are also harbingers for fishermen who know that when they show up, the Gulf waters are warming and welcoming Tarpon. Yes, Tarpon season is upon us, and my hubby, among many other fishing fanatics this time of year, is chomping at the bit to get out there in search of his favorite fish. While he laments his inability to go fishing due to his many art projects in the studio, I’m lamenting the fact that these high temps and humidity levels also mean the end of my Fall/Spring garden. . .