L.Mo's Journey

A NICKNAME – How I reluctantly became L.MO

When I came to Florida, I was Larry. I went to work part-time for a professional engineer and construction inspection job-shop. Soon I was full-time and had charge of inspection teams in Florida, Kentucky and Wisconsin, where I am also a licensed civil engineer. They already had 2 Larry, a Terry, Gary,
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FL, FORT PIERCE – Navy Seal Museum

I hope your Holidays were happy. Mac spent the holidays in Fort Pierce with one of his sons. I spent mine in Sanford with my son. The Christmas service at my church was most moving. I gave 2 Golden Rule presentations, to a community group on 19th & to Baha’is on 21st,
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FL, ORANGE CITY – Manatees in the Wild

WHAT WE SAW: Blue Springs State Park is an excellent day-outing and picnic to see Manatees on a winter vacation. The Manatee, the slow-moving herbivore that inhabits the rivers and coastal waters of Florida, may have been the source of the mermaid myth. To get a close view of these homely mammals
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GA, ELBERTON – Guidestones

WHAT WE SAW: The Georgia Guidestones are 5 massive granite slabs with a cap stone. They are erected on a treeless hillside, open to the stars and sun, at a spot the Cherokee called ‘the center of the world’. The central stone has a double wedge slot in it that allows the
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