Tim Sterling stood by the side of State Route 302 near Purdy, the wind blowing into his face, watching his sailboat sitting on its side. Strong winds blew the 28-foot boat off its anchors on Henderson Bay, washing it ashore on the Purdy sand spit early Wednesday morning. 148 more words
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For those of you who braved the chill of Sunday morning were treated to beautiful winter scenes from the southern tip of the Peninsula to the Key Center. 125 more words
There is nothing sweeter than grandma’s sugar cookies served up with a dollop of local history.
It may seem an unlikely pairing, but the effort by women of the Longbranch Improvement Club to mix heritage and epicurean delights is a winner. 1,075 more words
One year ago today, I began this blog to share my impressions on my new home on the Key Peninsula.
This is what I wrote back then: “My blog simply reflects life on the Key Peninsula as I see it through my eyes and camera lenses. 558 more words