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20th May 2010

wow
awesome photos. you have such a talent (and a great camera Charlie) thanks for sharing
20th May 2010

PS: I can say that 'cause I am so very much older than you.......
20th May 2010

Actually, I think you two make an adorable "old" couple!!!!
20th May 2010

Spanish Peaks.....awesome!
From Blog: TN to Colorado
20th May 2010

First long motorcycle trip out west.
Mesa Vera was one of the locations I touch on when I went out west with my goldwing. Take care, think about you both often. Tom
19th May 2010

We're close by!
Just thought I'd let you know that we're in Zion National Park as of Wed May 19 and heading to Bryce NP. I'm thinking that we might be in the same part of the country! Our plans are to head up north through Salt Lake City, Boise, and then home by about May 25-26. I just have this feeling that our paths will cross very SOON!
19th May 2010

what is that thing on your ankle!!!!
19th May 2010

Beautiful pictures
What amazingly breathtaking pictures. I can just imagine how awesome it is to see all that beauty in person. You all are not old folks!!!!! Old folks would not attempt a trip like that. I am so very happy for you all that your "get up and go" has not "gone off and went"! Love, Aunt Suzie
19th May 2010

how's your foot Ker? love the pic's Charlie, hope you're both feeling well.
From Blog: TN to Colorado
8th March 2010

awsome
i love the pics they r awsome I can belive u got that close a gator
28th February 2010

Do you recommend?
Hi, we were thinking of going to St Joseph early February next year, for about two weeks. We have a spacious tent and heater, and a mosquito tent for cooking and eating. We were wondering whether it would be too cold at that time of the year. Thank you for any information, Margarita Matlis
3rd February 2010

loved the starfish, how neat!! glad you are safely home.
2nd February 2010

Been Snowed In At Big Sandy
Charlie, I wished that you could have had sunny beautiful weather, but it was still better than what we've had for the first 4 or 5 days. Today, Tuesday (2/2) has been the first day that we could get out. The main roads have been passable but secondary roads have been impassible. It has really been nice to have a computer to be on to help me feel not so isolated. Have a safe trip back home. Stay in touch. Mary Powers
29th January 2010

I like the \
I am not use to these comment boxes ....trying to say the 'shadow' on the beach is cool!!
29th January 2010

IT'S SNOWING HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!
27th January 2010

weather
WE hate you.(just kidding) The weather here is going to be in the 20's with snow and ice Friday. Hurry up Spring!
27th January 2010

Got to say, I miss the Florida beaches! I could sit for hours just watching the water and sky!!!! Lucky you....
26th January 2010

Beautiful pictures. You sure have an eye for angles!! Love you both!
25th January 2010

Envious back in Tennessee
Charlie, injoyed your blog so much. This is my first time to ever access one. Looks like you are having a great time. I loved the pictures of you and Sara scuba diving. You looked like pros to me. You know I can relate to the manuevering around on land with scuba gear on. I'll be thinking fondly of you during your travel adventures. I think it is wonderful that you and your husband can travel together and enjoy this beautiful earth God has created for us to explore. Talk with you later. Have a great day!
25th January 2010

Wow!
Great pictures Charlie! We are still in Key Largo at Pennykamp. Went snorkeling on Saturday at Molasses reef, what a beautiful spot. It has been extremely windy the last couple of days so we are holding tight here in the bay waiting for our chance to get out to the other spots in the park. Had such a great time seeing you again. Love ya! Linda
24th January 2010

Kerry, you were sure brave to get so close to that gator. The can move in a hurry! Shells, shells, gosh are they beautiful! How many did you pick up? The water looks gogeous....aaahhhhhhhhhhh Florida!
24th January 2010

Sanibel
You are hurting our hearts. Sanibel is one of our favorite places! Yes, it is crowded and the beach is not easily accessible but wonderful shelling. I always bring home another bag of shells! If you get acquainted, you will find lots to do on Sanibel. There is a market by the name of Jerrys I think on Periwinkle that has some of the best cinnamon raison bread (made daily) I have ever tasted. Also, there is a little Schoolhouse Theatre with plays with local artists and lots of fun. Looks like you are having a great time! Enjoy!
20th January 2010

Hi there, what a story Charlie. Getting out of the water is hard enough (for me) without all the gear. You are brave. So glad you're having so much fun. Pictures were great, did you take the underwater ones also? Wow!! Love you Peggy
19th January 2010

Awesome pix
WOW! These are so cool! I remember John Pennecamp!! I'm so jealous!! Looks like so much fun. Uncle I tried to find the show with Thomas Jane - the only one we could find was an HBO series - and we don't get HBO. O well - we'll find it on reruns in a few years! Have a blast and stay safe. I love you all!
18th January 2010

Fabulous!
Hi all, What a great trip you all are having! Fabulous pictures of the manatee, all the sea life, and you all underwater in the familiar Florida waters. Love it! Love to all.

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