Monday, February 15, 2016

Home Grown Tomatoes (and birds)

Wood Stork at Green Cay, Boynton Beach, Florida. 
Purple swamphen at Green Cay -- this individual is home-grown but the
species was introduced to Florida when some escaped from a zoo.
Little Blue Heron (immature) at Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.
Fresh Florida produce (tomatoes, peppers, and pommelo)
from a farm stand and you-pick place near the wildlife refuge.
Florida salad for lunch at Jean & Jack's house. Dinner will be BBQ Ribs, photo to follow if I don't forget!

UPDATE: The barbecue photos:
Jean and Jack waiting for Florida BBQ ribs. 

Today's special: a rack of ribs with selected sides, $15.
Len and I shared this platter.


Beth F said...

Gorgeous photos and that salad looks so yummy.

Jeanie said...

Those birds take my breath away -- and oh, that salad looks to die for!

Have enjoyed reading through your Panama posts!