Happy 4th Everyone, it's my Birthday!!  

pusskins2000 40F
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7/4/2005 7:12 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Happy 4th Everyone, it's my Birthday!!

Well symbolicaly anyway, I looove Florida even thought the weather is a little hot and a thunderstorm is usually threatening. The people are really nice. We met a couple and I love the house, we did the visit and wild thing last night and another party this afternoon. The guy is a doll and a real maniac, he's a creaser, I'll expand on this later. Reminds me of old times at the ranch. Guys, we gotta get that lifestyle back again but the place is the problem. We had a nice talk about the Key Peninsula place and decided it may be too far off the beaten path to make it into an all season lifestyles ranch. There are 10-20 acres there and a lake which is really a nature reserve as we can't do a beach and docs that would make it more fun because of the wet land thingey. The county is also up on keeping you down so KJ says (DoctorC) to you on this site. he has posts on my blogs so run him down if you want to buy or rent this. If it wasn't for the snakes and alligators here in FL I'd move here in a heartbeat. I loooove the hot sun as it means, back to naked for me, all the time. I haven't wore a thing indoors since we've been here except for the stores where they even wear string bikinis in the grocery lines. I love it. I woke up with the sniffles though as those air conditioners in the hotels are way too cold. Ooops have to go, brunch closes in a few minutes. More on the Doctor visit and a nice boy I met in the Silver Dollar Bar in WY during that time. Glad at least some of you are enjoying my screwed up life stories. Can't help it, it's the way it was. PK


rm_indophilist 36M

7/5/2005 8:41 am

happy (symbolic?) birthday!
Snakes and alligators are nothing, though you do have
to watch out for Eastern Diamondbacks and Florida Cottonmouths.
(Aren't there Prairie Rattlesnakes in Wyoming?--I know it's within
their range)
My reason for not living in Florida would be the number of hurricanes. Florida gets hit far more often than the Texas Gulf Coast.


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