Monday, January 18, 2016

Happily Ever After


You bet.


Thanks to those who asked about the recent storms.  There was wind and rain and lightning
where I live, but no tornadoes.  Just a lot of palm trees that had their fronds pruned.
The worst storm damage was north and east of me.
Pretty weird for winter weather in Florida.

12 comments:

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Happy to hear you weren't blown about too much Jack, the weather is causing havoc in one way or another in many countries. What a gorgeous riverside property, definitely a 'forever' home!

Kate said...

Winter weather in so many countries are a bit weird. Checked on my family this morning to see how they are faring with these frigid temps in Minnesota: it is now negative 11 as we speak. Don't even want to know the wind chill temperature. Glad that you escaped the tornado! Your photo looks not only lovely but very serene as well.

Lowell said...

This is a delightful area and these are delightful shots. Reminds me of the area around Venetian Village.

EG CameraGirl said...

Glad you're safe, Jack. I imagine a tornado could make a huge mess of a harbour!

RedPat said...

Glad you are safe, Jack! Love the name of the boat!

Sharon Anck said...

Nice boat, grand house....what's not to like?
Glad those worst of that storm blew past your place.

Sylvia K said...

It seems that we are having weird weather nearly everywhere these days! Glad things aren't that bad for you, Jack! Wonderful captures for the day as always.

VP said...

A good name for the boat... and the rest. About the harsh weather: all's well that ends well!

Tanya Breese said...

glad to hear you are ok!! crazy winter weather all around!

William Kendall said...

It's been an odd winter thus far, all over.

LOLfromPasa said...

Phew! Those micro storms can be quite destructive. Wonderful scene in your photograph for today!

Karl Demetz said...

Such a beautiful scene in your first photo, Jack !
Makes me want to be there !