Month: July 2015

On Day 4 we started off the day looking for the local beach. The closest beach was Sombrero Beach. There was a quaint little park with a strolling path, picnic tables, and a wonderful little playground. The beach was long and skinny with a few clusters of shady palms to camp out under for the […]

So, I’ve finally finished editing and sorting through the Day 3 photos, so now it’s time to write. On Day 3 of the Florida Keys adventure, we spent the first part of the morning checking out the resort, as we still were recovering from the long ride. I walked out to the dock overlooking the […]

The Florida Keys…this past week I took my first trip there. It’s the furthest south you can go in the United States. I’ve seen many an article, heard many a story, and seen many a picture of this magical place, so needless to say, I was quite excited to visit for myself. I had a […]

This past Saturday our little city joined with the rest of the country in celebrating our nation’s 239th birthday. The city square was decorated in red, white and blue, and the streets were closed to automobile traffic so citizens could play and celebrate in safety. Like every outdoor event, however, the weather could not be […]