Welcome to my "Florida" blog

Being a third generation Florida native, I'm completely enamored with the diverse beauty of this gorgeous peninsula. For most of the year the weather is divine which makes exploring its unlimited nooks and crannies fun and easy.

Wherever I go I appreciate nature and the world around me. Come along with me as I share the places I visit and perhaps a few other amusements I find interesting along the way.

(FYI: Every post prior to January 1, 2009 was previously published and imported from my garden blog)

Thursday, May 5, 2011

St. Mark's National Wildlife Refuge


I've got a good bit of catching up to do on this blog.

Backing up a few months ... it was a cold, blustery autumn day when Mr. Meems and I made our way to St. Mark's Lighthouse and National Wildlife Refuge.

We spend quite a bit of time in the Panhandle of Florida. It is a beautiful part of our state.

So much land and so many places left untouched by man.

























St. Mark's is a remarkably breathtaking place. The sunset and the cold winds blowing were a perfect combination to end a flawless day.

3 comments:

nanamoo said...

We will be leaving to serve our mission in Argentina next month. I will continue to look forward to your blog updates not only from your garden, but from all over Florida. This post was spectacular as always :)

Meems said...

Prayers and blessings as you travel, dear nanamoo. How's your Spanish coming along?

The Florida Blogger said...

It really is one of the few remaining parts of "real Florida."