I love sharing my hometown pictures with you. I always think about where other people live. Often other bloggers will mention things happening in their part of the world...makes my imagination go crazy! :)
I will start by sharing what's close to my home, this is very close, it's right across the street. Our neighbor will sometimes leave his trailer parked under the trees. I guess most people just drive by and never notice things like this, but to me they make a pretty picture.
First let me say, I didn't take this picture!
This is our football stadium, sorry it's a little blurred. I pulled it from the internet and had to enlarge it....made it a little blurry. This is also very close to my home ~ so close we can hear the band practicing in the afternoons and the games on Friday night. If the wind is right we can hear the announcer loud and clear!
We often drive by this old boat lift and pier. Everytime we go by I think the next it will be in the water. But the old thing hangs on...it's even survived a few hurricanes.
When the sun is shining the roof of Bayshore Baptist Church shines too. I love this view taken from the credit union parking lot ~ I always enjoy seeing that roof shine. Sad news though, there's a new sub-division going up in that field. I know the houses will block this pretty view.
This is Tammy's (daughter #2) Tranquility Garden. I love to visit here, it's so pretty and cozy. It's in a little alcove just outside her kitchen window. Tammy has a beautiful home, I've been wanting to go get lots of pictures to share but she is a busy lady and will probably stay busy until after the holidays. Oh well, something to look forward to!
White picked fences are so charming. I would love to have one around my backyard but where I live a privacy fence is really the order of the day. I've been thinking though.....maybe a little white picked fence around the back porch. hmmmm....
This brick and wrought iron fence belongs to a home that's sits right beside the water. The fence goes right down to the waters edge.
Home you've enjoyed my town today, I loved showing you around.
Until Next Time,
Smile ~ God Loves You