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No matter how hard the ocean hits the shore-it remains.


Third Generation Community Uniter (and Produce Seller)

Patrick Currie, the owner of Currie’s Market, (fruits and vegetables) serves an important purpose in the Shores, in Northeastern Florida.  He brings people together in a bond of friendship and solidarity. 423 more words


I recently spent a week in Grand Marais, with some of my family, to refocus, recenter and reconnect.  It was so peaceful as this is not the peak season for Lake Superior tourism and everything was so breathtakingly beautiful. 87 more words

Why There's so Much to Choose From at Places to Eat in Gulf Shores

One fun thing that many people don’t know about Gulf Shores is how many cultural influences have shaped local cuisine. This coastal region is rich with seafood straight from the Gulf. 83 more words


Hash is the taste of liquor , the countless bottle caps When drunk enough with love

Blood sicken with the sorrow,

Oh How many thought I wander in… 82 more words


The Things We Forget - Part I: Home

It has taken me nearly 24 years to understand that in life, there are many things we, as human, tend to forget – home. I admit, when there are stressful times, I too forget the place that even though seems like a fantasy to me, is perhaps the place I shall return to once this journey is over. 363 more words



Rustling sounds.

Rolling over and seeking comfort, somewhere to rest to relax a weary behind.

Nothing sucks the life out of you like a journey fraught with multiple layers of tension. 176 more words