Northeast Florida Paradise

Late-Autumn

New News But Old Delights

Posted by Jake on 2 December, 2009


Okay, so before I get to the news I thought I would show off some more pictures of the house here in Florida. I promise I am going to try and do a post everday or every other day on this blog until next Tuesday. Next Wednesday is when the truck starts getting packed and I don’t think I will have enough energy to post; you know how moving is.

Now to the news, I have started a new blog for Kentucky right here. Now, the post that no their will be the only post on the new blog until I tell you on here that I am no longer posting here. Currently there are pictures of the outside of the new house, my head is already churning out ideas, yay. Truly, nothing will probably get posted on my new blog until after the holidays in January because I won’t have time to put up all of your gys links on the new blog and I don’t want you guys to have to change my link during this busy time of the year.

Keep Checking Back this week, I am trying to close my last week in Florida with a marathon of post.

Jake

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5 Responses to “New News But Old Delights”

  1. Jake,
    You must be busy with trying to pack up your garden! I hope you are taking it with you… at least as much as you can. You’ve worked so hard acquiring your tropicals and getting that fruit to bear. Wishing you the best this week as you ready for moving. I don’t envy that process.
    Meems

    • Jake said

      I just finished yesterday digging up all that I want to bring with me. A lot of my tropicals are surprisingly hardy so, we will see how that goes. The only plant I am leaving that I really want to bring is my Yucca gloriosa, but it is huge and the sharp points on the end of the leaves make it near impossible to move; I pla to get another one next spring. I will show pictures of all the plants on the lanai awaiting their new home. Of course, they will have to wait until spring to be planted up there.

      I won’t get to taste the fruit from the Banana since it won’t be ripened by then.

      Jake

  2. Darla said

    Lovely color Hibiscus…are you using a moving company? That’s a big task Jake. I can’t wait to see what you do with your new yard!!

  3. Jake said

    Hmmm, I can not for the life of me think what the company is called that is moving the stuff. I am moving the plants in my car though, greenhouse on wheels.

    Jake

  4. interesting article.. I like your point of view on this subject. Although there are a few points I oppose on though. But I think that clears up a few issues for me personally. Anyone else agree?

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