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Travel Blogs from Navarre
... boat. From the 1960s through the nineties Joe Patti's served all of the restaurants along the Gulf Coasts of Florida and Alabama. The market has expanded and they now have sushi bar and wine shop. Frank Patti, son of Joe still works at the market. He is now 82 years old. Today he was sitting behind the fish counter. You took a number is you want to buy any seafood and Frank called out the numbers when it was your turn. He thanked each person ...
... One Presidential helicopter, with President Nixon figure abroad. We spent the whole afternoon touring many exhibits, even saw a Lunar Excursion Module, Prisoner of War exhibits and exhibits of the post-World War ll era. Barbara and I loved the Bob Hope display showing him on stage singing with strobe lights, band and music. NO! He didn't come back from the dead to sing for me and Barbara. Lol. ...
... with the disabling disease. His wife Barbara does a super job making sure he always eats healthy. After dinner we all headed upstairs to see Steve's music room and meet their 5 cats. They are all beautiful and spoiled rotten. Leon and Steve sung and played guitar. Such awesome music they play together. ...
... my next journey path. Will definitely keep you posted.
What I have learned:
So many lessons to learn every day.
As I pay attention, I learn more and more about myself.
Compassion and forgiveness for myself and others is soothing for my soul.
Giving AND receiving is important to me.
I am so grateful for all my family and friends who constantly provide support.
Love and blessings.
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