Saturday, September 19, 2009
The Redneck Country Club, an excellent country/western group, were playing in the Spanish Springs town square. Great music; great fun. They performed all the old standards and more. On one cover of a Willie Nelson tune, you could close your eyes and swear that was Willie himself singing!
Friday, September 18, 2009
The other evening as we were wandering about Spanish Springs, a country band was playing in the square, people were dancing and everyone was having a good time.
We came upon the Church on the Square. Lois Anne wanted to take some exterior pictures, so I thought I'd go inside and grab some shots of the nave and altar areas. To my surprise, I found a harp concert in progress.
As I quietly entered the nave through a side door, the change was dramatic - from loud country music to the soft strains of a harp playing "Stardust."
This is what it looked like.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
I'm posting this to show a not unusual house in Cedar Key. It fronts on the main drag into town, but has this long, narrow back yard, the end of which comes close to the waters of the back bay.
Notice the fish cleaning station on the right, the barbecue grill on the left and the picnic table.
Hard to beat that set-up!
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
We found this house deep in the woods of North Central Florida. It has been abandoned and appears that no one has lived there for some time. Like a similar house we posted a few weeks ago, this one also has a dish in the yard. Go figure.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Sunday, September 13, 2009
At Gore's Landing, near Fort McCoy. Picture, if you can, Seminole Indians in a canoe gliding silently up the river, an alligator lying perfectly still on the bank, a heron fishing with stilted patience in the shallows...the only sound coming from an occasional bird high in the trees...