Traveling the coast of Florida is a pleasure. I miss jumping in the salt water. (It doesn’t work with hearing aids!)
Son Mark loves Florida, he has since being a teenager in Key West.
Yesterday Glenda found a great place to order a ‘Pressed Cuban’ sandwich. Instead of the usual family cooking affair, they had chips and home made dip, along with a couple pies.
The sandwich may not look good to you, and not the greatest of photos, but it was delicious. We learned to enjoy the Pressed Cuban in GITMO.
Here is the lovely Juanelle (from Missouri) and her famous Aunt (Seamstress to the Rich and Famous of Palm Beach) Irma Lee Pinder 90+.
Mark alternately drove up A1A and US1 coming back. A beautiful drive.
A beautiful light house at Hobe Sound.
Entrance to one of the homes of the Rich and Famous.
Looking across Hobe Sound
We stopped and took a walk down a nature trail. Here we met ‘Jasper’ the friendly dog, wandering the beach. Now I see the Coconut I was going to bring back but forgot it.
This was our return trip after the wonderful get to gether. We brought back about 20 bananas furnished by cousin Jerry and Holly supplied Avacados
My color and exposure was so bad I removed the color
Thanks for traveling with us to Pompano Beach.
How did this happen?
(THIS WAS NOT ON OUR TRIP)
Spotted this beauty on our trip. A 1960 Chevy Impala Convertible, methinks.
(Today’s color and exposures were terrible, I had to delete many of them)