A Parallel Existence
4/11/2020 08:21:31 am
Judy~ Been thinking of you & figured you would find somewhere friendly to hunker down during this unprecedented time~ glad you are safe & hope you are well... all good here in MA - overall not disliking isolation - busy everyday doing activities we love. Missing my girls, Mom , grandkids & thankful for social media to stay connected.... BTW love your Cedar Key photos never heard of it - am intrigued will need to read more about it... and bummer , our trip to Bermuda was cancelled :( hopefully next year... stay well!
4/11/2020 08:29:51 pm
Donna: Thanks for visiting! Assumed you were happily nestled into your comfy home though wondered if your mom had joined you! I'm feeling just fine though not feeling 100% safe here; more people than expected. That said, I've survived 3 weeks & in 10 days will start the 2-day push north to Maryland. More to come on all! Write whenever. I'm guessing this will be another month at least of "down time"! Judy G
4/12/2020 02:57:05 pm
Quite an impressive piece of Florida. Lushness and voluminous springs.Who knew? Love the library/former boarding house building--(warning: bad pun ahead) am betting it has lots of stories to tell. As Main Street buildings seem to have raised balconies/porches, is/was flooding an issue? And who knew that many boars is a sounder? As a New Englander, however, I will challenge Cedar Key for title of "clam chowder capital."
4/12/2020 06:28:59 pm
AMG: Don't know about flooding though if it wasn't an issue, I'm sure it is today! AND, Cedar Key, known as "Clamalot" Cedar Key, supplies 95% percent of Florida's clams! I'll also send an article on Tony's restaurant winning 1st place in Newport of chowda 3 years in a row! SO, sorry, it's not all in New England :). j
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