Thursday, June 13, 2013


Still working on transplanting the palm trees.  There will be a whole line of them all around the back of the softball field.

The bricks for our new stage are lined up and waiting.

Lots to do over at Palm Park.  More trees will be removed and used as replacements around the park or in sites that don't have a tree.
Fernando is getting a work out.
Say good morning to Bob and Jerry.
Next we met with Sam and Donna Cox who were out for their morning golf.  I don't think Donna liked me standing there with a camera.  LOL  I enjoyed a nice visit with them last night in the pool.  They just celebrated their 49th anniversary so wish them well.  
Came across this pretty little cactus at Tevy and Alice Black's site.  Never saw this little guy in bloom before.  Very pretty color.

This is what is left of the magnolia flower after it blooms.  Strange looking thing, isn't it?
Good news for all the poker players!  The new chairs are here for the Adobe Room.  Haven't seen the tables yet.

There is obviously assembly required.  I don't know who had the honor of assembling all these chairs but I'll ask around and see if I can find out who drew the short straw for the job.

All the boxes are put to good use as they, of course, go to our recycling program.

 Our Palm Park looks quite different these days.  I visualize each palm tree shaking in its boots wondering if he's next to get uprooted.

Had to run some errands downtown this morning.  Wow.  Look at how nice Florence Blvd is now.  All freshly resurfaced and painted.  


Jeanette Girard sent this to me today:

Polar Bear Attack in Churchill, ManitobaCanada. 

These are pictures of an actual polar bear attack in Churchill.

These pictures were taken while people watched and could do nothing to stop the attack!

Reports from the local newspaper say that the victim will make a full recovery.

The photo's are below. 
(Viewer discretion advised)





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