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Hi Celeste, Jenny has made calenders for relatives and friends and this will be on the next one I'm sure. Thanks.
Beautiful!! Looks like that should be on a post card or a calendar. Thanks for the great pictures.
Jenny appreciates your comment eyes, thanks.
Thank you Cevas, no I much rather putting them on for jigidi friends!
Hi EF, thanks and hope you are feeling better.
Great photo! Thanks.
Wow! Robbie both you and Jenny could produce postcards for Bermuda!
Then again, maybe if it becomes "work" you wouldn't enjoy it so much.
Thank you very much for sharing your pictures with us!
Idyllic, thank you, Jenny.
Hi chickie, thanks and hope you are having a blast!
Can't wait to see your photos on the big screen Robbie! Beautiful!
Yes mariolyn, Bermuda has many different types of palms. Coconut Palms grow here and produce fruit but does not ripen properly, we are a bit far north I guess.
Hi Glad, you are welcome and thanks.
Hanne I have no idea how they survive, but they do. Thanks.
Yes it sure would be PK.
This is an incredibly beautiful photo! Thank you for sharing the beauty of your home with us!! WOW!
A tour of duty here would be heaven.
Do hope that the palm roots are solid and go far into the ground!! With hurricanes etc. it's indeed very exposed!! Thanks so very much Robbie!
Great to see. Thank you.
No way! You've got palm trees!? Many?
The Air Force and Navy personnel loved their tours of duty here PG!
Hi gem, yes they are and no......they all melted!!
I love this one Robbie! thanks
Gemstone see how well we did our job. Then again they could use a little ice for the drinks.
Great icebreakers here...no bergs in sight!
This must have been great duty for somebody in the service. Private beaches and a great view with nobody to bother you.
Jenny took this shot. Our first time ever standing on this beach. From the early 40s until a couple of years ago all this land was out of bounds to Bermudians and tourists. Today we can all enjoy it.