Wednesday, June 13, 2018

From My Wanders About









The Hermit Writer



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    1. absolutely! I need to get you a new novel one of these days. I've had a recent writing-crisis and haven't been writing new stuff much.

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  2. The Turle is having fun and yellow brick road is beautiful, cheers.

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    1. It felt a little Oz-ish with all the wild flowers going nuts.

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  3. The turtle is great--- we have a number of paths like the one here that were railroad rights of way at one time....

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    1. Yep. Most of the trails in Florida were old railheads...or roads the phosphate/lumber industry used.

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    1. Plan to...if I could just get over this stinking flu

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  5. Hello, love the trail and turtle. Beautiful images. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

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  6. that is a beautiful path...and i love that first picture, summer yellow!!

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  7. It seems you have been doing a bunch of wandering---but that is good
    MB

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    1. That's all I do is wander. Why I get lost a lot, too.

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  8. " I like turtles"
    Lisa

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  9. What lovely wanders from the comfort of my chair!
    That trail looks great and I like the turtle too.

    All the best Jan

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    1. His name was Charlie. We had a nice conversation about a low-carb diet. He was sold.

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  10. every time I see this turtle I wish we had them :) They are cool animals.

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    1. Wow...this Floridian never considered turtles weren't everywhere!!

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  11. Very nice, the road looks good with the trees each side.

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  12. After your wanders you always seem to end up with a bunch of cool photos. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. Happy to. I thank you for being a loyal follower. :)

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  13. Pretty shots, Mac! I like the photos of the trail and the country road.

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