Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Key West


Lis and Doug's last BWR Owners' Group trip with Doug as ChairmanAlign Center The balcony of our room with a view

The BWR Owners' Group yacht sits nearby

One of the famous Key West sunsets
Hemingway's home during the 1920's and 30's
Hemingway's sitting room
43 six-toed cats continue to occupy Hemingway's home
Hemingway wrote "For Whom the Bell Tolls" here. He wrote 300-700 words per day.
We visited the Butterfly Conservatory.
Another beutiful specimen
The southenmost point of the continental U.S.

Savannah Georgia


Savannah's Bonaventure graveyard (America's most beautiful) dating back to colonial days.
Our ferry boat to cross the Savannah River.
Paula Deen's restaurant, "The Lady and Sons"
Doug's chicken pot pie in Paula Deen's restaurant

Atlanta Georgia - Martin Luther King day


Lis had the learning experience of being in the minority.
Overflow crowd outside Ebeneezer Baptist church during commemoration services.

Family fun during Elijah's Birthday weekend


Lis' female allies in the Coleman clan. Aren't they beautiful?

Elijah's First Birthday


Between trips we traveled through Portland to celebrate Elijah's first birthday on January 16th. He wasn't feeling well but did manage to enjoy his first cupcake.

About me

Doug and Lis Coleman
View my complete profile