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Freepaddling in the Ten Thousand Island: Part Two

By Johna Till Johnson

In the bright light of full morning, I sat down to make coffee and breakfast… and had a rude shock. The Jetboil, which had worked perfectly well last night (and in pre-trip tests), now would no longer start. 1,961 more words



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 Last Sunday, February 19, fourteen dedicated, energetic folks gathered to clean Cedar Key’s Trestle Trail of debris.  The Trail is a wonderful 1,700 foot easy walk just off Cedar Street on Kiss-Me-Quick here in Cedar Key.  222 more words



Mangroves is an exploration of the Karachi landscape – as seen through the mind’s eye. For me, I see cities, sea and places interchangeably. 66 more words


Almost a century

02/22/2017 I have been lost in space the last several weeks, seems like months since I blogged. I’ve had company and a sick dog but all is now well and we are enjoying day visits with new friends. 2,340 more words

Entering the Mangroves, Everglades

This small pastel painting was just finished. It was supposed to be in an Everglades exhibit, but it wasn’t quite ready. So now here it is. 18 more words


Winter vacation in the Florida Keys

My husband and I were able to take our first winter vacation in a very long time.  We chose the Florida Keys which we hadn’t visited for over 30 years.   179 more words

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