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Looks so pretty and peaceful! Hope the 'canes stay away for a long time!!! But it's tourist season now, right??
Thank God the prognosticators were wrong, and it was a quiet season. We always worry about my Mom who still lives in the New Orleans area.
Kerri, fortunately, the Palm Bay/Melbourne area of east central Florida isn't a tourist haven like Tampa, which is almost exactly straight across the state from where we are.Our beaches aren't quite as pretty as the Gulf of Mexico beaches, and this area's biggest industries are technical, probably a result of the Kennedy Space Center having been here for about 50 years.The result is that this area gets a whole lot of "snow birds", but not a whole lot of tourists, so there's no real noticeable difference in the population during the winter months. I like it, things stay almost the same year 'round.John, I'm glad it was a quiet season too. I guess that after George Bush caused Katrina, he decided to lighten up on the hurricanes for a while, which is cool with me. I'm sure being so far from your Mom doesn't help either; it's hard to help from 500 miles away if something does head her way. I'm thankful that my Louisiana family all live in the Monroe and Shreveport areas, well away from the Gulf.
And we might have snow, they say rain tinight too.Lovely place you live in,but ooo those winds.
Here here to that too. No Hurricans and peace and calm.love the clouds and composition of this shot.
I'm so glad you got through hurricane season ok!
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