A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
One can't help but wonder how many books have been written about ol' Abe. Re your comment on Ocala: I thought immediately that your kids could not have been afraid of heights! :-)
glad to discover Hartford through a comment you left on the Selma blogGreetings from Brussels,anni
If I was in Illinois, I'd take a quick trip to Springfield!
A great man! and what a fabulous and interesting face he had..
That's exactly how old I feel today Jack, funny that!!
Oh, to have Abe's wisdom in Washington today.... *sigh*
We certainly need more men of his stature today!
He was a cool dude. Too bad politics is not what it used to be.
We surely could use some like him in Washington today! Such an amazing and incredible man. And, yep, that's exactly how old I feel today, too!Sylvia
A wise man!:)Léia
He had such a chiselled face - could have been a movie star in another era, though that wuld have wasted his mind.
Looks like some great reading there.
I'd need one of those. It's been so long since I read about American history.
Happy birthday to the old man
Very beautiful composed picture with people in the background.
A great man and president...
Love the composition of this shot Jack!
To have an honest man in Washington today!
Such a great person in history.
I'm ashamed to admit that I had forgotten the significance of this date. Thanks for reminding me.
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