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I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me. God be with you, my friend, and I hope you enjoy my photos! -Malcolm
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This historical marker says:

On September 16, 1928, a hurricane came ashore near the Jupiter Lighthouse and traveled west across Palm Beach County to Lake Okeechobee. This deadly hurricane destroyed hundreds of buildings and left millions of dollars in property damage. Many of the 1,800 to 3,000 fatalities occurred when the Lake Okeechobee dike collapsed, flooding the population south side of the lake. Approximately 1,600 victims were buried in a mass grave in Port Mayaca in a mass grave in Martin County. Approximately 743 victims were buried in mass graves in West Palm Beach. Many other victims were never found.

Kermie, I'm very glad you enjoyed seeing this picture of the school. It's quite something to hear about how things were at locations like this many years ago. I like North Georgia; my uncle has a house on Lake Blue Ridge, so I enjoy visiting the north Georgia mountains. Greetings from Blacksburg, Virginia. -Malcolm

Yeah man, it's a nice spot to go swimming. Might be a little cold during April...but good during the summer.

Hey Jolazzzang, thanks for the help in placing my photo of the Green Gables House. Greetings from Virginia, America. -Malcolm

Right near where my wife's grandmother used to, and where my parents-in-law now live.

Thanks not1word. I'm glad too, I just wish I could witness them more often. This was my home, but I've since moved away, and still miss it greatly.

Thanks, greetings from the States!

Thanks Malcolm! I just wish I could have seen it at sunrise or sunset. But as the 15-25mph winds at the top gave us a windchill of about -12 F even at midday, I'm sure it would have been dangerously brutal at those times.

Thank you! To be honest I don't remember. :-P It's been a while since I took these photos. The thing I do remember was that it was a beautiful little town. It must have been a very nice place to live.



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