Soft Pink in the Garden — The59Club

My flower of the day Charleston South Carolina

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Flamingo-osis in America

The pink flamingo is popular plastic lawn ornament that never goes out of style. Since the late 1950’s you can travel almost anywhere and see these bright pink long-necked birds decorating homes and businesses.
Why is the flamingo one of the most popular lawn ornaments?

Some folks believe that since the wading bird can stand on one leg it will bring “balance” to their lives.

It is used to identify a property ( just look for the porch with the bright pink flamingo)

It can be a landmark for directions (make a right at the house with the pink flamingo)

It’s bright, playful, and easy to decorate for holidays so it can stay out all year

Its tropical theme sends off good vibes of warmth, fun, and happiness

They are used for fundraisers, you can send a flock to the neighbor’s yard

Affordable Decor

It’s a Florida souvenir you can share with everyone

It’s a conversation piece in your front yard, letting neighbors know you are sociable

They are not one size fits all

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These birds were first sold by Sears Roebuck in a 1958 catalog. Having a reputation at times for being “tacky”, no one can ever say they are not part of the iconic American landscape. Hundred of thousands are sold every year

#flamingo-osis , you are welcome to share your beautiful flamingo photo

Ways to observe Memorial Day — The59Club

Memorial Day is a National holiday celebrated on the last Monday of May each year. This is a day to commemorate those who died during service in the military. Some ideas for ways to celebrate and get more information are: Attend a ceremony at a National Cemetery Listings of National Cemeteries and ceremony information https://www.cem.va.gov/cem/ceremony/2018_Memorial_Day.asp %5B…%5D

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Nothing says “welcome” like a pink house

Four different shades and they all look great….Make a splash with color

Enjoy…:)

Before we were modern

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Colonial and pioneer villages are always a hot spot spot for tourists.  With all the modern conveniences in our homes today, somewhere in our being we all yearn for a simpler life.

 

Those folks look very happy to me……..

 

And after a fresh chicken dinner, relaxing on this porch says “Sold” to me!!!!!

You can visit the home Isaac Edmond Highsmith home and farm at:

https://the59club.blog/2018/03/10/okeefenokee-swamp-natures-treasure-chest/

 

1830’s coastal South Carolina community tops the list for relocation choices — The59Club

Something old something new, the town of Bluffton located in Beaufort County on the bluff of the May River. An short twelve miles west of Hilton Head and twenty miles northeast of Savannah Georgia, the “Old Town” area has become a popular tourist attraction. Offering visitors a casual feel of a true coastal community with […]

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Guyton Georgia USA tells it’s own story… — EffinghamMoves

Located 28 miles northwest of Savannah Georgia by way of Georgia Hwy 17N you will find yourself imaging life in the 1800’s, as you see the beautifully preserved Victorian era homes. Some of the historic homes were built by affluent Savannah folks as summer homes or get a ways during yellow fever outbreaks. Graced with walking […]

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