Wild Sassa Food Trailer

Wild Sassa Food Trailer, Homosassa, Florida

Wild Sassa? Denise and I are, wanders.  We love to take drives to nowhere and just explore.  On our recent excursion to The Freezer with Denise’s mother, we decided to take the “scenic route” home.  We discovered a few things in Homosassa that I thought we could share with you.  The first, Wild Sassa Food Trailer! (The second,

MelaMount for the iPad Pro

From Nikon to the iPad Pro for me and why.

It was about that time when I decided that it was time to downsize and consolidate. I needed a setup that was lighter in weight and more portable, these things would make it easier to use and in the end, make it possible to shoot more pics and video.

The result, I switched to the iPad Pro, with a MelaMount and detachable lenses. Now, I can shoot photos or videos and have the convenience of having one device with internet access.

Sometimes you fall down…

I would say that true success comes from falling down and getting back up. Learning why you fell, enables you to avoid the circumstance. Learning how to avoid the circumstance, enables you to avoid the repeat performance. Success in my humble opinion can be measured by the lessons you learned while you are on the ground and having the wisdom not to repeat the performance.

The Ringling, in Sarasota, Florida

“While visiting The Ringling you are welcome to explore the Bayfront Gardens at your leisure. As awe-inspiring as any work of art, The Ringling Bayfront Gardens are a living treasure. Courting couples statuary watch over Mable’s Rose Garden. The shade the majestic Banyan trees provide. The delight inspired by the whimsy of the Dwarf Garden. The echoes from the past where the Circus King finally rests in the Secret Garden.”

The wise old owl once said…

The wise old owl once said…
How would I know? I don’t speak owl! “who0” am I kidding your just lucky I didn’t start singing… (ok, now you made me do it!) “who, who are you?”

We discovered this magnificent creature just hanging out at Denise’s parents home. He was just sitting there, as still as could be, not bothered by the gawking humans “who” were rambling on relentlessly about never seeing an owl during the daylight hours!

We loved Cozumel…

Cozumel is the only city in the world where the first thing I did when exiting the cab was to kiss the ground and thank the good Lord for a safe arrival, despite the best intention of the cab driver! To be “fare” though, pun intended, they get paid by how many trips they make from the port to Puerta Maya. Which translates, to passing on the left, passing on the right, running red lights, and almost running over the poor tourist who thought it wise to walk!

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