1970s Back in the days @buschgardens would offer “Free Beer” 🍺 to its vistors and allowed you to visit the Anheuser-Busch Plant. Which including this beautiful escalator ride and view of the penguins !!
In the Keys, we never miss an opportunity to crank up the fire pit!
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So we spent a minute building this Native America model, the tepees were kind of tricky (and we even used hot glue and they are tiny!) Could you imagine having to build life sized tepees out of giant branches and animal skins AND that was all the shelter you had to protect against freezing weather. Feeling so grateful for all the basics and extras I have.
I think he’ll kill it in his presentation (he plans on wearing the Chief’s feather bonnet, that we made) and he practiced his notecards a bunch!
Bonus* it’s very lightweight! We used: a foam board, paint, foam circles, real branches, felt, some toy figures, headband, feathers and beads. #nativeamericanproject#momlifeisthebest#floridian#lovefl#tampa#tampafl#tampaflorida#enjoyingtheday#enjoythismoment#allsmileshere#happyheart❤️
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Question for my Minnesota family and Philly friends: What is this?
In 34 years in Florida, I have seen this on my car’s windows maybe 10 times.
I had to use the defroster and turn up the heat to 80 and sit there for five minutes before I could drive to work.
What a nuisance, but I guess I should be grateful.
Good Morning Natives!! Let’s cover some of #Channelside Area Today! Let’s start at 105 N 12 St. Back in the days this building was The Barton H. Smith Warehouse Number 40. Now in 2018 it’s now the Model T building in Channelside.