To help Trilby feel better after his fall…and because he’s hungry…Bunny presents him with pralines! You can learn more about Praline Day by clicking here: http://www.nola.com/food/index.ssf/2014/06/24_praline_recipes_to_get_you.html #PralineDay Save Save
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Eglin, the eagle, drops Trilby back home in time to fall right into a big box of Publix chocolate eclairs. You can learn more about Chocolate Eclair Day by clicking here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chocolate_eclair_day #ChocolateEclairDay
Trilby celebrates Go Fishing Day and hoping he fares better than the past 2 days of vegetables. He better keep an eye out for trouble, though! You can learn more about Go Fishing Day by cli9cking here: NATIONAL GO FISHING[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…
It’s the Hotel Continental that once stood at the corner of Collins Avenue and 40th Street featured on this unmarked postcard.
Today would’ve been entertainer’s Bob Hope’s 113th’s birthday. Swampy and Hope swung some clubs together at the Biltmore Hotel Golf Course, Coral Gables, in 1941. One place in our state with the birthday boy’s name is Bob Hope Village for[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…
The gang keeps a continuous protective eye out for the very endangered Swampy. the swamp ape! You can learn more about Endangered Species Day by clicking here: http://www.endangered.org/campaigns/endangered-species-day/ #EndangeredSpeciesDay
This is the old Tarpon Zoo that was in Tarpon Springs. The background of the zoo can be found by clicking here.
Trilby celebrates Sea Monkey Day by bringing one a banana! Today is the day to have a Sea Monkey -party! Here are some great Sea Monkey party ideas: http://www.seamonkeyworship.com/nationalday.html #SeaMonkeyDay #NationalSeaMonkeyDay #SeaMonkey
Join Trilby and friends as they salute the brave service of our Florida Firefighters today! You can learn more about International Firefighters Day here: http://www.firefightersday.org/ #InternationalFirefightersDay #FirefightersDay
Here’s a Silver Springs postcard from sometime in the 1970s when the American Broadcasting Company owned the amusement and natural attraction. “Quiet, elctrically-propelled glass bottom boats” is stated on the back of the card. Also, “Florida’s Silver Springs, with it’s[…]↓ Read the rest of this entry…