Happy Tuesday: Florida style

Another sign for a giggle on a Tuesday. This one is from a restaurant close to St. Augustine, Florida. It’s located on the bank of the Tolomoto River and has stunning sunset views. Serving fresh, local seafood (and, of course, alligator), it’s a bit like going back in time….as you can see from the sign posted on the bulletin board in their front lobby.

I think there’s a lesson here we all could learn. The history of the restaurant is a colorful one. You can read about it HERE.

Blog hopping today with Comedy Plus and Happy Tuesday.

8 thoughts on “Happy Tuesday: Florida style

  1. Love this. Hubby and I always enjoy our meals without phones, tablets or any other electronic items. It’s always 1995.

    Thank you for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday, Lisa. ♥

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  2. love St. Augustine… I grew up in Tampa… go down and have dinner at the Columbia for me! The piccadillo is really good, and cafe con leche too of course. I checked and found your email in my junk folder, dang mail server mess up! Yea!

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  3. MOL! When The Female Human spends too much time with her face in that little electronic thing we have to tap her on the cheek to remind her we’d like to have a chat. And since we all have some Siamese in us, we are yakky felines!
    Purrs & Head Bonks,
    Tucker & The Tribe of Five

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  4. HA! OMG Lisa, I LOVE that sign, it’s PRICELESS and so how I feel about the addiction to electronics and the internet.

    Can’t you believe that in the 20 years I lived in Florida, I’ve never been to St. Augustine?!? However, my closest friend from Florida (who now lives in Texas) parents lived there many, many years. I hear it’s stunning. Also, it’s the oldest city in the US,

    Thanks so much for sharing, my friend! 🙂


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