Monthly Archives: May 2010

Memorial Day 2010

The last Great War, World War II, ended 65 years ago. Now, the men and woman who won that war for us are reaching the end of their lives. This generation, dubbed the Greatest Generation by journalist Tom Brokaw is … Continue reading

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Orange and Blue

Sometimes, you have to wonder who, at the University of Florida, came up with the idea of Orange and Blue for the school colors. The colors seem to be incompatible and seemingly would not be a good mix. So who … Continue reading

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Gators, Bobcats, and Snakes – Oh my!

Last year, three women died in the state of Florida by alligators.  Each year, a number of people move to Florida and get a lot more than they bargained for.  If you are ignorant about the alligator, it might be … Continue reading

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Lost Florida

This is the first post of my blog, Lost Florida. I am a Floridian through and through.  I came to Florida in 1959 when I was a child.  The Florida I came to and Florida as it is now, are two … Continue reading

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