As I thought about a theme for March’s Sunday Editions, I looked outside. I have to say that early March around here (southeastern British Columbia, Canada) is Mud Season at best and Snow Season at worst. Or maybe that’s the other way around. Either way, I thought you’d like to see photos of mud about as much as I’d like displaying them. Not at all.
But! When I looked back at the Sunday Editions I’ve hosted in the past year, I realized I never shared our trip to Florida in June, 2019! So here you go. This March, we’re going to pretend we’re all visiting Florida. Now, I know some of you live there, and that’s great, but up north in March, we’re only dreaming about warm sand and balmy breezes!
Today’s photos are taken at Castillo de San Marcos in St Augustine, which began construction in 1672 and owns the title of the oldest and largest masonry fort in the continental United States. Jim and I spent several hours prowling around the fort. Sadly, no one was allowed up on the gun deck the day we were there since there had been several thunderstorms, and they didn’t want anyone struck by lightning! Fair enough, I guess. Being struck by lightning isn’t on my bucket list.
The fort’s moat is a lovely green space these days. Was it once filled with water and maybe snapping alligators? Could be!
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The fort’s inner courtyard is quite large, with lots of spaces to explore.
Last Week on Inspy Romance
On Monday, Jackie Castle invited us to escape to beautiful places.
On Tuesday, Lindi Peterson cordially invited us (somewhere)!
On Wednesday, Marion Ueckermann shared what it is like to write Americanese with a British brain!
On Thursday, Merrillee Whren chatted about writing a love triangle.
On Friday, Angela Ruth Strong shared 10 things she’s learned from a decade of writing romance.
On Saturday, Liwen Y Ho offered 4 common misconceptions about romance readers… +and #Giveaway
Next Week on Inspy Romance
Monday: Ginger Solomon (You Are Not Just Anything + #giveaway)
Tuesday: Deb Kastner (Why I Write Inspirational Romance)
Wednesday: Sally Bayless (New Release Alert! Love Once More)
Thursday: Narelle Atkins (Hot Tea and a Good Book?)
Friday: Laurie Larsen (Getting it Right)
Saturday: Julie Arduini (What God Always Knew + #giveaway)
The fort is situated on the western shore of Matanzas Bay, so it’s protected somewhat from the Atlantic. I hope you enjoyed this mini-tour today! Do you enjoy visiting historical monuments and parks? What’s your favorite?
Making Believe (Imagination 8) by Staci Stallings
Look for Me (Vacation Sweethearts 4) by Jan Thompson
Accept Me (Chapel Cove Romances 8) by Marion Ueckermann
Love Once More (Abundance 4) by Sally Bayless
Glimpses of Gossamer (Urban Farm Fresh Romance 8) by Valerie Comer
The Texan’s Promise (Cowboys of Diamondback Ranch) by Jolene Navarro
Jayne: Fair English Rose (Connections Collection 1) by Marion Ueckermann
Michael: Man on a Mission (Connections Collection 2) by Marion Ueckermann
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