Catching sunsets on this trip has been tricky at best. In fact, it has almost been impossible due to heavy late afternoon thunderstorms. It's been hot, hot, hot and that is a sure sign that thunderstorms will roll in. After yesterday's storms, I grabbed the camera and headed down to the dock just in time [...]
Thomas Edison (the man who invented the light bulb among many other things) purchased 13 acres of land along the Caloosahatchee River in Ft. Myers in 1885. How did he get this far south? Tour guides at his winter retreat say he was seeking a refuge from the harsh winters in New Jersey. A year [...]
This has been one of those trip where there seems to be animals everywhere—up close and personal animals. This Macaw kept trying to draw me in closer, but I knew better than to get too close. These birds have a bad repetition; they bite! And the Flamingos are just drop-dead gorgeous, but they won't hold [...]
Storms at the beach are so relaxing and after they are gone, the sunsets are glorious.
I'm not kidding. I asked this alligator, "Do you remember Annie?" And . . . He opened his eyes! I had this strange feeling that he did. I almost freaked out! . . . Then he winked and said . . . "I remember you, too!" Oh, memories! Maybe, some are better left out or [...]
Just a quick photo for Annie again. Here's a place that is dear to her heart! And I remember it, too. She told me over the weekend that her Dad had worked here and that her and her sisters knew the place like the back of their hands. It is still beautiful and a strong [...]
Dear Annie . . . . Does this look familiar to you? Just wondering if you remembered it.
Hang with me because I'm about to take a right hand turn tomorrow and promise that the posts that come next will be in a new direction. This one was taken in Oxford, England, while walking down a lovely lane.