Monthly Archives: March 2014

Water and Creatures

The Florida Aquarium in Tampa, FL is home to 20,000 specimens. Many of the tanks are open and touching some of the residents is strongly encouraged. The main floor if dominated by a large glass tank full of stingrays and … Continue reading

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World of Fantasy

Rainy days in Florida are few and far between–at least this spring. In the land of sun, beaches and bikinis rain dampers outside pursuits so take the opportunity to explore one of the cultural highlights of west Florida–the Ringling campous … Continue reading

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Esoterica

Every journey requires one to be open to new and unusual experiences or so I believe. Life gets mundane as we live out each day so a little spice makes everything nice. Its with a sense of joy and wonderment … Continue reading

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WWII Museum in New Orleans

I’ve been to Washington, DC many, many times and during some of those trips I had the opportunity to visit the WWII monument. Located in direct line between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial it remembers all major events … Continue reading

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Travel + Food = Joy (Chapter One)

On the road the options to eat are endless and are only limited by one’s imagination and taste buds. I say forget taste buds and live a little. Oh sure, those inexpensive polish sausages together with a diet lemonade at … Continue reading

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Third Time was the Charm

Today, my companion and I completed a whirlwind 24-hours in New Orleans. Arriving the day after Mardi Gras was intentional. Arriving in a cold misty rain was not. Where’s the warmth of the south? Nevermind, we spent our first few … Continue reading

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Hey, hey LBJ how many babies did you …. today?

I’ve been to Austin three times in the past five years. I’d even driven onto the University of Texas campus in the past — not once did I consider visiting the LBJ Library. Being in Austin gave me another opportunity … Continue reading

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