Blue Springs State Park here we come!
It was crispy cold today but sunny and bright
and just right for spotting manatees along the Blue Spring where the water is a constant 72F.
In the background of this photo is the St. Johns River.
This is in the DeLand/DeBary area of Florida.
My niece and her friend are down from Syr., NY,
for a visit and we took them on a day trip!
The spring is full of fish
and if you look in the sunny spot in the foreground,
A closer view with a visitor swimming along for a chat!
The mouth of the spring and you can see why it has its name!!
This is my husband (L) and my Dad (r) on the boardwalk .
Boys, their dad (my middle son) and my Mom!
We have taken this same picture so many times and love to compare them for the generations!
And I blocked this early this morning and had it drying in front of the fireplace so I could wear it today!
Nothing like some stylish woolens on a chilly day!
(This broke the curse of this Jacob's wool yarn which has been knit and ripped out from 4 garments I have tried to make out of it!!!! This vest fit perfectly and I had only a little bit of the yarn left which I tossed so that it's really a finish-gone, done, the end!)
That is a beautiful place. The vest turned out nicely-what a perfect fit!ReplyDelete
I had to laugh at the comment that you've taken the same photo a lot. My family did that, too. Such fun to see how the people and the surrounding area change.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on a great-looking vest.
We do love Blue Springs! Glad you had a pretty day to enjoy it. Congrats on not only conquering that yarn but making into something you will use and enjoy!!!ReplyDelete