Our trees and flowers out-did themselves this year. All the plants were just small cuttings 1 year ago. You can almost watch as things grow during the rainy season in the tropics! The double and single hibiscus, bougainvilla, desert rose and other flowering shrubs and trees are magnificent,and the orchid
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The changes in the seasons are subtle but definitely here.As we await the beginning of rainy season and the first “norther,”we ended summer by having friends over to celebrate Ginger’s birthday.George pulled out the big wok and whipped up a wonderful stir fry on the dining deck,which was shared by
The Mangrove Bight Committee for Carnivale ’10asked us to assist with a Halloween fundraiser,so we lent them all our decorations and some costumes for theirFirst Annual Mangrove Bight Haunted House and Halloween Celebration.We also baked Halloween cookies for the bake sale.George did a fine job selling them! And, appropriately enough,
From sunrise to sunset we enjoy every day we are here and feel so fortunate to have this opportunity to see our dream come alive! (Even if it is taking much longer than hoped.)
G & G’s Clearwater Paradise – we love it!
We also attended Carnivale, which is a week-long party in a different area each day.We went to the Mangrove Bight party, ‘cuz that’s our ‘hood. These guys are Romel, our dive master, Brian, our boat captain, and Joe, our builder.
We watched some great storms pass by. This one at sunset was really awesome!We also added to our photo moth collection with some interesting guys in the kitchen.