Monthly Archives: March 2014

Michael Camp - Janis Ian
Janis Ian has been a personal friend for nearly 20 years and was my neighbor for a good number of the years I lived in Nashville. Our history together goes back to the 90’s when I was building and she was quick to see the value of making use of the Internet and Web. We worked together on an […]

Janis Ian

  Naples Botanical Gardens 4820 Bayshore Drive Naples, FL 34112 Tel: 239-643-7275 / 877-433-1874 Garden Hours: 9am – 5pm (Tuesdays 8am – 5pm) Admission: Members FREE, Adults $12.95, Children 4-14 $7.95, 3 and under free Website   I recently visited the Naples Botanical Gardens with my good friend Amy who was visiting from up north for a few days before […]

Naples Botanical Gardens

I got an invitation from my friend Jenifer Hall to stay at her little bungalow on Big Pine Key for a few days while her family came for their annual visit. It was a getaway opportunity I couldn’t pass up. I headed across Old Tamiami Trail from Naples on Wednesday morning and enjoyed a quiet ride across the Everglades to […]

The Keys on a Weekday

Dolphin Research Center – Grassy Key – Marathon, FL January 2013: Florida Keys Dolphin Research Center 58901 Overseas Highway Grassy Key, FL 33050  This is a fantastic spot on the bay side of Grassy Key, (Mile Marker 59) – have stopped there twice in the past few months. This is a facility they used to film the movie and TV series “Flipper”. […]

Dolphin Research Center

Judging The Kerrville New Folk Songwriter’s Competition Tuesday, 31 May 2011 ”Kerrville is about changing the world…one song at a time…” Rod Kennedy, Dalis Allen and Peter Yarrow Early this year, I got a call from Dalis Allen, promoter of the Kerrville Folk Festival, asking if I would consider attending this year’s festival as one of the judges for the […]

Judging Kerrville Newfolk