In 2014, we purchased a lot in Havana, Florida, and have since been consumed with selecting everything to do with building a house. Plumbing and lighting and baseboards, oh my! Floor plans and changes and more changes, oh my! And now comes the financial portion. Sign here and here and there and there and provide this and that. And sign this! And this! Oh my. Thus, I don’t have a lot of time (not that I ever did). Plus, I’ve got that new dog, Boo, who has stolen my heart and thus, I don’t have a lot of camera time. Oh woe is Schelley. Ha! Ian (the tween son, who rarely wants to do anything with me anymore, I mean I am the mom) and I took Boo to our big lot of dirt, trees, and bushes for an unleashed adventure. Like a good dog, he marked his spot – right on the survey marker. Good dog! Here’s a little tour of our future home site and neighborhood, Twin Ponds. I spotted these three deer as we were leaving the neighborhood. We’ve seen deer out there several times!
It’s one of our resident geckos, which normally only roam around at night here at Casa Cassidy. But this one was nice enough to let me snap a few shots before crawling through the vinyl siding. Wish I had hiding places like that!
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My favorite adventure in Costa Rica was our trip along the Cano Negro (Black River), which was at the very top of Costa Rica; we were about seven miles from Nicaragua. We saw so much wildlife along the river, which was quite an adventure!
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