Gala opening of the Gateway Gallery and Emporium in the midst of Hurricane Hermine in New Port Richey, Florida. A great turnout and lots of art seen and sold, despite the rain and local flooding. The gallery is the culmination of many years of dreaming and scheming by the owner, Lauren Carr.
A well-kept, open-air museum presenting "Old Florida" historical buildings and artifacts. A must-see for history buffs and a great venue for weddings and picnics.
Happy Memorial Day! For the occasion, here are some photos of classic and modified American (and foreign) automobiles from a recent car show in Trinity, Florida. And for your Memorial Day cookout, I’ve included my famous potato salad recipe. Isn’t it great to be American?
Before we get to the train station photos:
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Earlier this week I accepted an invitation to visit a blueberry farm in Hudson, Florida, and pick my own. It was my first time doing this, although it’s a popular draw this time of the year for many.
We visited Owen’s Blueberry Farm on a bright, warm, sunny morning. My friend, a repeat customer of the farm, explained that they did not use pesticides on the blueberries, something I was very impressed by. She said they use “cannons” to scare the birds away sometimes, so be prepared in case PTSD might be a problem. Fortunately, there were no cannons that day.