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January 22, 2014


Susaan Straus

Love the photo behind the barns... very pretty.

Jeff Piccoli

Get the same experience here in my neighborhood and it's a blessing compared to South Boston.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

and you'd never have been aware of it if you hadn't spent an extended length of time somewhere away from the many layers of urban sounds, glad you have peace and quiet in Port St Lucie

Ann Baker

I am so lucky, blessed maybe some wold say, as I have that very quiet of which you speak. For me it is the " being alone and yet
connected " that makes life worthwhile. Thanks for the pictures.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr aka pt at large

Being alone yet connected... everyone seeks a good personal balance, this sounds like one good option.

Susan Sullivan

agree, Paul. I think we need a nothing to do or think about or hear break.

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