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This week is National Library Week. I live near an excellent Library and decided to spend the day indulging in their world of information, education and technology. I grabbed a table, fired up the laptop and started my morning routine. It’s probably not much different than most. With a hot cup of coffee nearby, I flipped through the usual websites. Already being at the library, I decided to checkout their website (citruslibraries.org) as well. I’ve been to it many times in the past.
The site has a calendar displaying several educational courses taught at no charge. They offer both a beginner and intermediate Excel class. They also offer different types of writing courses. I thoroughly enjoy both of those subjects. I took a stroll through the aisles. I flipped through a few books; I looked at the different displays and rooms within the library. A large computer room is towards the front. Private conference rooms are near the back. They can be reserved and used for studying. The staff was very knowledgeable. Their creativity and demeanor instilled a positive and friendly atmosphere. The high-speed wireless internet and decent selection of books was also beneficial. I finished the day studying at Lynda.com in a tranquil environment.
Like many days in Florida, not a cloud in the sky. The coast line displays sparkling blue water and islands spread out deep into the sea. Photos taken in Inglis, Yankeetown, FL with a Blackberry Passport.
Cedar Key Florida: tranquil atmosphere, stunning views, incredible architecture
This is my first time on Florida’s west coast and its safe to say the scenery is stunning and there are plenty of different things to do. Scenery doesn’t get better than Ceder Keys, Florida. I couldn’t do this place any justice with words or photos. It’s a place everyone should see at least once in their lifetime.
Many places in Crystal River offer residents as well as visitors the opportunity to swim with Manatees. I’ve always loved Manatees. They are very friendly. They do no harm and simply enjoy peacefully swimming and eating throughout the river. The center of the city is great for artists as many of the local shops focus their business on art. Even their main mall (Crystal River Mall) offers a place where visitors can sit and create their own paintings.
All photos were taken with a Blackberry Passport.
Sorry for the lack of posts this past week. I’ve been traveling a bit and was without internet for a few days. I have some catching up to do, but things should be back to normal in no time.