Getting around the world when it's often difficult getting around the house.
The ships and cactus bring back memories of several trips down to San Diego. It is an easy place to fall in love with. I love the sunset.
Very nice! The photos were beautiful...I somehow never can figure out how to change the words to the songs...you do it so well! I was singing along with you!
Hi Kay. Couldn't get a You Tube video and I was so looking forward to hearing you and richard duetting that song.
This is great, Kay! To leave our hearts....! It's not just San 'Frisco but also San Diego. I would have wanted to see the Sea World and the Zoo featured two main attractions where Adura and Hafidz (read: my children) spent countless hours years ago.Hank
sing out Kay!!!!!!!!! love this, I always love how you set photos to song lyrics!
Kay what a great song and pictures.I have never been to San Diego but would love to visit that beautiful city.Thank you so very much for sharing your stories about Acker Bilk. I wasn't sure about using an instrumental but I'm glad I did. We must be very close to the same age.There are just a hand full of songs that stop me in my tracks when I hear them, Strangers on the Shore,Theme from a Summer Place, River of Dreams Billy Joel, and A Brand New Man by Brooks and Dunn.Hugs Madi and Mom
The Star of India sure is a classic ship. Did you see her sail and shoot off her cannon? Maybe it is too early in the season for that. - Margy
I REALLY like that shot of the Star of India.
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