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July 10, 2007

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rochambeau

WOW!! How beautiful. Thanks for the tour Pink Flowers! I've never seen anything quite like it. You are the Florida Flower Princess, and the finder of all the finest castles in your neck of the world!

Thinking good thoughts and saying my prayers for WL and his family.

Ps ;-) Believe it or not, I do have pic as a Mermaid! I love Mermaids!

Jenny Fillius

Great photos and well written copy. The water feature is so beautiful, I can almost hear it.

Karen Cole

Thanks for the tour and for visiting me up north. You and I have very similar tastes in the reading and listening department.

Love your blog!

Carmen Natschke

Wow, I also love Flagler he was definitely a visionary for his time. He transformed swampy dreadful, mosquito infested Florida into a luxury destination for the rich and famous of his era. His Florida homes and hotels are unparalleled in luxury and beauty - IMHO :)

Your photos are lovely and do capture Flagler's genius of creating breath-taking escapes.


Felicia

What a fabulous tour! I do miss Florida :)

sognatrice

Gorgeous as always! You're showing me so many parts of Florida I never would've imagined existed.

I especially like the photo just above the statue--so inviting!

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