Parkesdale Farmers Market

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A few more photos from Circle B Bar Reserve near Lakeland, FL the other day.  The above post is an embedded link from my SmugMug account.  The same shot below is from my Flickr account.  Wondering if anyone can tell the difference between the two?  I uploaded exactly the same photo to both SmugMug and Flickr from Lightroom 4.3.  Both embedded into this post in the medium size format but for some reason the Flickr shot (below) is a few pixels wider than the SmugMug shot (above).  The watermark on the above shot is a little more subdued as well but that is me doing that in Lightroom.

Anhinga Head & Neck Profile

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Tanglewood’s pickleball travel team played their first matches of the season late last week.  The team traveled up to Del Webb Orlando in Davenport where we played a series of matches against the Del Webb team.  Tanglewood came out on top.  We have other weekly matches against teams from Lake Ashton, Highland Ridge and Riverbend over the next month or so and then a wrap up tournament for all teams here at Tanglewood in early March.  The facilities at Del Webb were top notch and their team was very welcoming.  We had some great games and look forward to playing them again.

Strawberry Shortcake

Strawberry Shortcake

Chris & I drove up to the Tampa RV Super Show last Thursday and met up with our good friends, Keith & Marie, in the parking lot.  We toured around the show for about four hours but didn’t find anything we were actually looking for.  It wasn’t as busy as it has been in years past, or so it seemed on Thursday anyway.  There was certainly lots to see though.  We did manage to have another poke inside the new tag axle Allegro Bus QGP but they want a lot of money difference and it just isn’t worth it for us.  Keith & Marie were celebrating their 44th wedding anniversary and as we got ready to leave Tampa, Marie suggested we stop in Plant City for strawberry shortcake at Parkesdale Farmers Market.  It was fabulous!  And what a farmers market too!  Chris picked up a bunch of produce before we left, the best of which was a huge bag of grapefruit for less than $2.00.  Thank you Keith & Marie for a wonderful day and we wish you many more happy years together.