Archive for February, 2009

Local Pirate?

This painted-toe pirate on the side of the hardware and paint store bears an uncanny resemblance to Andy, the building’s owner. Coincidence? I think not.

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An Early Concours Arrival?

This person may have come a little early for the Concours d’Elegance car show coming up in a couple of weeks. Maybe so that they won’t blend in with the crowd later? It’s hard to believe that a car like this could just blend in but it sure will. I’m not much of a car […]

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The Gauzeway

A new store, The Gauzeway, opened up in town last week in the old Partin Shoe Store location. They were still setting up when I went by. Featuring island weight gauzy dresses, separates and accessories, it’s sure to see some pretty good business from our friends up north who don’t want to pay that extra […]

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A Fish Called…

Amelia? For sale at Front and Centre Warehouse at Ash and Fifth.

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Lucky Boy

Bill certainly enjoyed his hosting duties over the weekend. And our Minnesota/ Illinois/ Missouri girls seemed to appreciate his efforts. A fun time was had by all.

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Big Day

It was a busy Saturday. Our Fernandina Farmers’ Market started their Tale and Taste of Eight Flags,The second annual Chili Cook-Off took place on Third Street,complete with fire station,and the Pirates on the Run race continued on through the day and finished in our foyer after social hour where our guest, Mary Beth Wiig, was […]

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The Jumpers are Back

We’ve got lots of girls’ groups booked over the next couple of months and more calls coming in by the day. I guess we all need a little de-stress time, don’t we? Our Connecticut sisters pictured here had to head home today so they bundled up for the trip up north but had one good […]

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75 Degrees Today

And the azaleas are starting to do their thing. Perfect weather for doing just about anything.

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Another Great Sunset

Still not getting old for me. You?

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Visitor

We keep a bowl of cat food on our front porch for the strays in the neighborhood, but they’re usually cats. This guy, however, has become a regular and frequently visits at the same time as the cats. There seems to be quite the symbiotic relationship between cats and raccoons, at least around here. They’ll […]

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