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254 days ago | Uncategorized | bob

Kyäni Sunrise: A Powerhouse of Nutrition

 Kyäni Sunrise boasts a proprietary blend of superfruits featuring the wild Alaskan blueberry and is fortified with a complete daily formula of essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements.

According to the prestigious Journal of American Medical Association, “most people do not consume an optimal amount …

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens – Miami
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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens – Miami

586 days ago | Florida Reviews | bob

Vizcaya is a Mediterranean inspired villa built between 1914 and 1922 by James Deering.  Deering was Vice President of International Harvester at that time. The villa is located on Biscayne Bay and was Deering’s winter home. Due to it’s steel and concrete construction, Vizcaya has withstood the elements of time …

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Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge

1199 days ago | At Home in Vero Beach, Florida | bob

Happy birthday Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge! Today you are 110 years old. You were created on March 14, 1903 as the first national wildlife refuge in the United States. Pelican Island NWR is located within the Indian River Lagoon, in Indian River County, between the St. Sebastian River Inlet and the …

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Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts

1204 days ago | Florida Reviews | bob

Endowed by Ruth E. Funk, the Ruth Funk Center for Textile Arts is the only center of its type in the state of Florida.  Ruth Funk also donated her entire collection of textiles to the museum. The collection includes historic and contemporary textiles, costumes and accessories – spanning six continents …

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Macaulay Exhibit at Foosaner Art Museum
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Macaulay Exhibit at Foosaner Art Museum

1738 days ago | Florida Reviews | bob

With a gift of one million dollars the Brevard Art Museum recently changed its name to the Foosaner Art Museum. The museum, now affiliated with Florida Institute of Technology, remains at its location between Highland and Pineapple Avenues in the Eau Gallie section of Melbourne, Florida.

I recently visited the Foosaner …

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Summer at McKee Botanical Garden
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Summer at McKee Botanical Garden

1784 days ago | At Home in Vero Beach, Florida | bob

Ah summer, hot muggy days, insects biting and buzzing and the McKee Botanical Garden is alive with water lily and lotus flowers. On a recent visit there, I talked with a few members of the Brevard County Photo Club who were taking pictures and sweltering in the heat. I was especially delighted …

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The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

1910 days ago | Florida Reviews | bob

I recently visited the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, located off Jog Road in West Delray Beach, Palm Beach County.  The 200-acre site was donated to Palm Beach County in the mid-1970′s by George Sukeji Morikami with the provision that the site be used as a park to perserve the …

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About this Blog

1937 days ago | At Home in Vero Beach, Florida | bob

The definition of a travelog is that it is an illustrated travel lecture. This blog will not be that formal, but will be a personal log of my travels around the state of Florida and elsewhere. I will also include photos of my travels so that my visitors can get …

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Pikes Place Market – Seattle

2079 days ago | General Interest Reviews | bob

One of the most interesting places I visited during my stay in Washington was the Pikes Place Market in Seattle. Located between First and Western Avenues in downtown Seattle and near Elliot Bay, the huge market extends for several blocks. Founded in 1907, the market is now home to over …

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Utah to Colorado

2084 days ago | On the Road | bob

I am once again homeward bound, departing from Delta, Utah in the early morning darkness. On the eastern portion of U.S. Highway 50, I saw the sun rise over the Pahvant Range while black-billed magpies played along the side of the road. I also saw a pinyon jay here in …

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