Right now our Florida home is in Hillcrest, a large condo complex of 24 buildings built around an 18-hole golf course. We have a one-bedroom condo on the third floor of Building 3, where the humans have to be 55 or over, pets have to be 25 pounds or under, every unit gets one parking space (and woe be unto anyone who parks in the wrong space!) and there’s a coin laundry on every floor. It’s a great place for snowbirds, but I don’t really like it and it’s no secret we’ve been looking for something else. (Plus, no one told us the golf course was closing down and developers are planning to build homes on the golf course. Oy vey!) But for now it’s our Florida home and it’s good to be home.
Here I am in front of our building this afternoon. (Our condo is on the corner on the top floor.) Can you guess what camera Rob took this with? No, we didn’t buy a new camera yet, though we plan to. It’s the camera in my cell phone! I’d practically forgotten about it because it doesn’t take very good pictures and it costs 25 cents to get them out of the phone. But hey, it works!