Friday, March 31, 2017
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Monday, March 27, 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017
This was found in one of our upscale department stores. The newest thing in "fashion," indeed a "must have" - a khaki suit - in one case with torn jeans. It took me awhile to get the shot because I had to stop laughing!
Sometimes I'm convinced there is no hope for the human race!
Friday, March 24, 2017
White pelicans sailing one of the ponds
The tree with the eye!
The rock and the hard place (posted previously)
Stone Creek entrance area from the 18th green
Sunrise from 10th tee box
Stone Creek Mountain
The back nine fenced in
Playing amidst the geese - a messy proposition!
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Stone Creek Grille & Golf Pro Shop
A view of the practice range
Sunday morning on the 1st tee box
Canadian Geese inhabit the course - these two are a couple!
The infamous tree on hole #11
Stone Creek is a Del Webb 55+ development which, when completed, will consist of about 3600 homes. There are many amenities, such as a beautiful 18-hole golf course, and it is a gated community which provides an element of safety for the residents.
The PGA Head Golf Professional is Marc Russell. Marc has played an important role in making the Stone Creek Golf Course one of the finest in all of central Florida.
We'll show more of the golf course and community tomorrow. For those who are interested, we do have Stone Creek galleries and slide show on our website. Just click here: L & L Photography.
Posted by Jacob at 3:18 PM
Monday, March 20, 2017
Some mornings at this time of year, cardinals appear in the bushes outside our home office window. The kitties sit on the desk and watch them. The cardinals don't seem to mind. The car in the background is actually quite far away, but appears closer because of the camera lens.
Posted by Jacob at 4:35 PM
Toojay's also has a presence in the other "downtowns" of The Villages: Lake Sumter Landing and Brownwood. Toojay's is the closest thing to a New York deli that you will find in central Florida.
Posted by Jacob at 6:00 AM
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Not being a fan of high places, a ride in a bucket truck was not on my "bucket list." That does not mean, of course, that I could not take a photo of two big bucket trucks resting side by side in a parking lot after a hard day's night (that's a nod to the Beatles just in case you missed the reference). 😎
Posted by Jacob at 6:37 AM
Saturday, March 18, 2017
This photo was taken last summer at Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island.
It portrays the Rayonier Advanced Materials plant which was built in 1937. "The plant produces 160,000 metric tons of softwood cellulose specialties per year.
"These high purity wood pulps are used in manufacturing photographic film, cigarette filters, whipped topping, eyeglass frames, vitamins, rayon fabric, kidney dialysis filters, toothpaste, and ice cream."
The plant employs 320 people and adds $35 million to Florida's wages annually.
Posted by Jacob at 11:28 AM
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
It was a beautiful morning...warm and sunny, but not hot. This beauty decided to romp around the pasture. At first we thought he was just having fun, but then we realized he had a friend, a brown beauty in another pasture that he was unable to get to...so, this romp was a way of reducing massive frustration. 🤠
There's a lesson here, maybe. The next time frustration overtakes us, let's just run around the block a few times. Yes?
Posted by Jacob at 2:47 PM
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Some of you will remember this crashed boat. It's an iconic figure at Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages.
But, like the other fishing boat in this lake, this boat is also rotting away. I think it's time the folks in charge of such tourist teasers should replace them with upgraded and newer wrecks.
[This photo has been reposted on The Villages (Florida) Photos.]
Posted by Jacob at 3:34 PM
Saturday, March 11, 2017
This poor golf ball has been imprisoned behind a barbed wire fence for weeks. It was hit astray by a rather poor golfer (I'm not naming any names) and left to rot. Someone (again, no names) attempted to reach it and pull it to freedom but the barbed wire made that impossible. It's all very sad.
Posted by Jacob at 3:03 PM
Friday, March 10, 2017
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Friday, March 3, 2017
He assisted me on several occasions to get my old hearing aids functioning again without charge. Who does that these days?
Needless to say, when I finally had to spring for a new pair, I went to Jeff who did everything right and I'm hearing better than ever these days. If you live in the Ocala area and need hearing aids, head for PremEar!