Meet me & a ga-zillion other folks at the Florida coast, Feb. 13, 2010 just after lunch at 12:30 p.m.
Link hands along the shore.
Let our leaders know how protective we are, of Florida’s shores.
This is organized by a Seaside Florida restaurant owner.
or the Facebook page of the same name.
If we don’t show our strength & carry the day, we’ll all be searching for appropriate gear to wear for continual beach clean up. Here’s a future newspaper I conjured up from the coast town where I spent childhood time at the beach. Tar balls, anyone?
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A tree in CEDAR KEY
photo, Jan G. Annino 2008
A fishing net cast over a pole.
Seashells in the net.
(Let’s hope they are castaways &
weren’t taken live.)
Cheers at Christmas.
The necklace of Cedar Key islands tip-toeing into the Gulf of Mexico are where cedar forests were lumbered-out for the world’s pencils (think Faber pencils, etc.)
So I like it that the village of Cedar Key’s marina tree
isn’t using up a living one.
Muir fans know the Cedar Keys as the region where John
Muir regained his strength after his 1,000 mile walk to
the Gulf of Mexico. I wonder if in his knapsack on that trip he
kept his journal with the assist of a Faber cedar pencil.
Greetings from Florida & from Jan G. Annino, a book-published writer of creative-nonfiction, new writer of children’s literature, at work on an mfa in children’s literature from Hollins University.