Thursday, December 6, 2007

Welcome to the Bayshore Condominium Blog

Hello Bayshore Condominium residents!
I have created this blog as a source of communication within The Bayshore. Use this to post messages, notices, important reminders, ask a question or to begin a discussion about something going on at the Bayshore. Please keep it friendly!!

228 comments:

  1. This is a great way for residents and people interested in move to Bayshore Condominiums to find and share information.


    Pensacola Beach Florida
    http://www.pensacolabeach-rentals.com

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  2. WOW--the new Bayshore Condominium pier is the nicest and LONGEST one on Bayshore Drive. I really enjoy the walk and scenery. Thanks to the Manager & Board for a good job completed!

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  3. Our new keys are great, much better security. Another one of The Bayshores projects completed. The new fire alarm systems in our condos are coming too--these are valuable in making us safer and more current.

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  4. Our Pensacola Country Club neighbors have a GREAT new golf course and state of the art tennis courts. Terrific location for us golfers at The Bayshore, also pleasant to watch the greens from my balcony.

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  5. Each week there are new improvements. Thanks for getting the fountain running and the goldfish are nice too. Terrific
    4th of July party and fireworks. Very family friendly!

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  6. A unique new amenity is the use of a 2 bedroom, 2 bath, living room & complete kitchen suite with a patio located on the 1st floor for visits of our family and guests. This is a wonderful feature that Bayshore has developed for its residents!

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  7. The Welcome Committee has already touched base with the newcomers in 1007. Glad to see the newest additions to the Bayshore owners.

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  8. That double-sided colorful handout on the Bayshore Amenities and Area Activities list is just AWESOME! Bayshore has a tremendous amt. to offer its residents. Great photography of the bay & golf course skyview - all compliments of Dawn Marino and ERA Beach Ball Realty. Makes a very professional presentation. Really showcases the place. Get one for your friends. Thanks Dawn!

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  9. That is a really nice new sign at Bayshore for the directions to the BEACH - good nautical colors of blue & white. Helps direct pool & beach traffic to the right entrance/exit. Even in January we have our faithful pool users.

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  10. Terrific effort by Bonnie Joyner, units 807 & 808, to organize & clean the Patio Room bookcases. Gifts of puzzles, books and games are appreciated. Thank you Bonnie for improving this area, a real plus in the Amenities at Bayshore.

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  11. The Sales & Rental wooden rack is REALLY nice on the first floor! It helps showcase all the amenities, activities, sales & rentals by all realtors available at Bayshore. Very convenient!

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  12. Thanks to Larry Green for providing a large calendar in the Mail Room to touch base on Bayshore events. An invitation is given to all residents to join the Meet & Greet Get Together on Feb. 13, 2009 at 6:30 PM in the Patio Rm.

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  13. FRIENDSHIP & YUMMY TIME!

    A Valentine Brunch is scheduled on Feb. 15 from 9-11 AM in the Patio Room. Check out the new events calendar in the Mail Room.

    See you there!

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  14. Thanks for that really awesome colorful sunrise photograph from a Bayshore balcony - a great splash of reds and yellows rising over the water. What a beautiful view to wake up to each morning looking out onto the bay. Compliments of A. Joyner and Joanne Harding -- thanks for sharing!

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  15. Special kudos to one of the sound alarm workman, Antonio Hayes who found $50 in the parking lot and returned it to a very grateful owner. Wonderful to have that trust in humanity & atmosphere at Bayshore!

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  16. Special thanks to Jef Gauvreau for the creative graphic work & sharing his time here at Bayshore--Jef is a real team player. The artistic signs to show the Meet & Greet with a handshake are surely a warm welcome sign to the newcomers.

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  17. Second floor does it again. Mardi Gras decorated trees with artistic flair - simple and good-spirited. Let the good times roll!

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  18. The newsletter Bayshore Breeze has just been started again with the Jan. 2009 issue! It features new owners coming into the bldg., Upcoming Events, Friendly Reminders from the Manager's Office, Wish List, Announcements, etc. This is a beautiful way to start this new year!

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  19. Larry Green is taking donations to buy a flatscreen TV for the Bayshore common area. He already has 30% for the TV. If anyone would like to donate, please call Larry Green at 554-8684.

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  20. KUDOS TIME AGAIN:
    Special thanks to Jenny Johnson, manager and Paul Hulen, maintenance for the new brass signs on the 1st floor commons Bay Room bathroom doors. VERY NICE & CLEAN!

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  21. Early voting has begin for the election of officers on the Bayshore Board of Directors. Seven officers are chosen for one-year terms. Owners already have their ballots and can vote, seal & SIGN their ballots now. Place the sealed & SIGNED ballots in a box in the Manager's office!

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  22. A touch of Georgian Architecture has come to Bayshore! Unit 205 has framed both doors in this simple classic style!

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  23. WOW - the Bayshore upgrade man is at it again. Special thanks to Roland Namtvedt for the bigtime efforts in upgrading several Bayshore units - new cabinets, tiles, paint jobs, carpets--he's the improvement owner with work crews in of several units. THANX Roland!

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  24. ART SHOW coming to the Bayshore! Sunday, Feb. 8 at 7:00 PM, a slide presentation entitled "The Romantic Nineteenth Century in the Arts" will be presented by Barbara Weeks in the Patio Room. It is just wonderful to have our own inhouse artist share this treat.

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  25. Lovely Mardi Gras wreath on unit #304 door. Great to see when I exit the elevator on the 3rd floor, good times & spirted attitude!

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  26. Special thanks to Ruth Mendelson for creating the flyers for the Art Show, presented by Barbara Bobbe) Weeks! Ruth really came through to help publicize the event, ASAP!

    THANX YOU!

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  27. A BIG THANKS to Bayshore Doorman, Mark Richmond who helped me figure out how to lower the headrest on my new car--now how did he find that little concealed button?
    Thank you Mark.

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  28. The ARTS performance at Bayshore was just wonderful tonite! Slides by Bobbe Weeks, Claire de Lune music by Debussy & in a candlelight setting-it was a relaxing evening enjoyed by all. Nice little souvenirs of the lights too.

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  29. Just learned about this wonderful web site on Bayshore. Also, found out that when I clicked on dates on the calendar, it opened to give more details. Very clever and a good source of what's happening and will happen at Bayshore.

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  30. Two lovely vases of irises with colorful carnival beads decorate the Main Entrance & Sitting Room areas. Thank you Cleon Gomilla for your nice work.

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  31. How nice to wake up this morning and see from my window the 4-tiered fountain flowing again! A strong wind had knocked it down & it needed repair. Special thanks to the Resident Conditts, Manager Jenny Johnson, Maintenance Paul Hulen & Janitor Danny Cook, it was repaired, the bricks were painted & water flowed again! Big kudos to that team effort!

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  32. SCOOP! Just found out where all those lovely little flickering, flameless tea lights came from, they were given as souvenirs to all those who attended the Art Slide Show at Bayshore on Sunday nite. COOL!

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  33. When the Art Show people need something ASAP on Sunday night, Sally Johnson #606 provided us with a heavy-duty extension cord. Sally also joined us for the cultural treat; good spirited person.

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  34. HOORAY, Bayshore has 3 new cigarette butt receptacles now in the front, back & side entrances. Residents need to use these prior to entering the bldg. Thanks Jenny(Manager) for making this all possible.

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  35. Just discovered the link, PENSACOlA HISTORY on the Home Page. Never knew that it was one of oldest settlements in the US. Great photos of the Blue Angels, beautiful & spectacular sugar white beaches and so much more of past & present. This is the best video I've ever seen on Pensacola - go check this out! Thank You! Thank You!

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  36. The thing that really impressed me about this BAyshore web site is that it includes the sales & rentals of ALL THE REALTORS with listings at Bayshore. This is a very even-handed approach to inform, publicize & market what is available here. Like the new recently added web site features too.

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  37. CAUTION!! The garage elevator floor has been replaced. At all times, watch your fingers & steps on entrances/exits. Thank you, Paul Hulen, Bayshore's maintenance man & the lady with the visor for putting up the Caution signs on each floor.

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  38. Just saw the Bayshore FAQs section and learned so much. That's an ENORMOUS amt. of good information about Bayshore & the surrounding area. Always wondered about how to get things done, those water & golf side units numbers that they end with were confusing & lots of other great little tips. Especially like the little section on Bargains & Specials in the local area here.

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  39. ANOTHER BIG BAYSHORE PARTY PLANNED! This time it is a Mardi Gras Pancake Nite. It'll be on February 24th in the Patio Room at 6:00 PM. Bring Bisquick Shake & Pour bottles, bacon & fresh fruit. We'll do ALL the cooking--got the special griddle ready!
    DONATIONS GLADLY ACCEPTED TOO!

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  40. Special acknowledgement of Joan Allen #1108 who has volunteered as a Pink Lady at the Haven for 11 yrs. The Haven is a division of Sacred Heart. It is good to know that we have such kind, giving residents at Bayshore. Joan is also a team player who attends many of our functions.

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  41. Wow! finally found the blogs and they are not only informative but fun to read. This really is a nice place to be!!

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  42. What a wonderful treat from our own special Hershey, PA transplant lady to provide us with beautifully wrapped Valentine's Hershey bars from The Sweetest Place on Earth!

    Thank you for the chocolates at the Doorman's Station.

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  43. Again Jef Gauvreau has come through for Bayshore with our elevator signs announcing the fun things -- Bayshore is on a roll for 2009 with LOTS of parties planned! Jef just gives it his special magic and it is another party time! This is a little slice of Paradise.

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  44. ****TONIGHT IS A BIG NIGHT AT BAYSHORE****

    Bayshore is having their monthly
    MEET & GREET to welcome newcomers and provide all of us with a chance to enjoy the evening. See you downstairs at 6:OO PM
    *Bring a smile, B.Y.O.B & Snacks!

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  45. The MEET & GREET Nite was well attended and a total success! Special thanks to the Welcome Committee and the efforts of TYLER WEEKS, #400 who helped with our Name Tags!
    Also, very happy to see the PRESS with Betty Allen #501 attend the event!
    Nicest thing is that MEET & GREET will meet again on the 2nd Friday of every month too.

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  46. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY TO ALL THE RESIDENTS!

    May you always have Love to Share,
    Health to Spare and Friends that Care!

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  47. SWOOSH!
    Remember that NO DOORMATS are to be used in front of your door, regardless of how cute you think they are. This can be a REAL hazard when there is a FIRE & people are fleeing the hallways to the FIRE EXITS. Also, remember to not use the elevators in a fire. As to the DOORMAT, put it INSIDE by the sliding glass doors.

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  48. Wonderful to learn that this newly discovered web site at www.bayshorecondominims.com has a FAQs section. My friend asked if it was a FAQs or a FAAQs? Just didn't know that a FAAQs was Frequently Asked & Anticipated Questions. FAQs is OK for us at Bayshore. Thank you for whoever took the time to do this - just found out in the FAQs that NO CARDBOARD BOXES ARE TO BE PLACED IN THE DUMPSTER ON THE WEEKEND!

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  49. VALENTINE'S DAY BRUNCH FOR BAYSHORE RESIDENTS
    FEB. 15TH IN THE PATIO ROOM - 9:00 AM
    BRING YOUR REFRESHMENTS TO SHARE. COFFEE HERE!

    ****DONATIONS $$$ TO HELP
    WITH PARTIES GLADLY ACCEPTED*****

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  50. The Valentine's Sunday Brunch was a well-attended, knock out success! Everyone brought goodies to share. Helen McGrath's (Unit 302) strawberry topped dessert was just so beautiful with eye appeal, I hated to cut the first piece. Grapevine says a Mardi Gras Pancake Nite on Feb. 24th & an authentic Irish dinner is coming on March 17th.

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  51. NATURE AT ITS BEST!
    Last nite an active otter was spotted on the Bayshore Beach. This was a real treat to see this animal just enjoying himself. What wonderful waterfront views this bay has & Bayshore is the spot to be!

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  52. The Welcome Committee gave a visit and warm welcome to newcomer Sandra Lawhon #1101. A gift bag of refreshment goodies were given to help assist her in the move in. So glad to have her join the Bayshore family!

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  53. The artist in action again!! Bobbe Weeks #400 did lovely pen & paper drawings of Betty & Farrell Allen. Betty & Farrell have moved to #501. These drawings were spotted in the Patio Room on the Bookshelves. Bayshore has some talented people here.

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  54. BEACHSIDE - EARLY MORNINGS & LATE AFTERNOONS!

    Early Sunday morning, an exploring otter going eastward was spotted on Bayshore's beach, along with small ducks bobbing up & down & egrets & sea gulls chasing each other for fishing areas.
    Now, Monday the pelicans decided to visit.

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  55. A FISHERMAN, PAUL FISHER #908 really enjoys the salt water fishing from the Bayshore Pier. Some days there is fishing and some days there is catching! This is a slice of Paradise.

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  56. Jef has done it again - a simply beautiful Mardi Gras artistic flyer to invite everyone at Bayshore to the Feb. 24th pancake & party night. This is the most colorful one yet, shows a lot of inhouse talent on loan to us. Again, thank you Jef!

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  57. Kerry Morton #1006 has such a GREEN THUMB! Let's hope her new aloe vera plant continues to do well. Her doorframes are nice too as Kerry's Garden.

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  58. Got the best information about Voting in the area from Kay Stafford #604, even provided the FAQs section with the easiest directions to get to the voting place, plus tips. She's also one of Bayshore's Door Wreath Queens with beautiful wreaths.

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  59. Brenda Fitzsimons, #903 has a granddaughter Megan Doucett as a student in PJC Dental Hygiene School on Hwy 98. As a graduating senior, Megan gives the BEST screening for oral cancer, X-rays, cleaning, fluoride treatment plus some little dental goodies. SMART TIP: Call PJC at 484-2236 to make an apt & ask for "Megan"--this is one of the best bargains in oral hygiene & only requires a little of your time.

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  60. It's thoughtful Elizabeth Gremillion (Ibsie) #304! On a recent visit to the Warrington Post Office, she returned with several Flat Rate & Priority Mail Boxes for the Bayshore Mail Room. These were placed near the cabinet - now residents can save an extra trip to the post office just to get a special box. THANKS IBSIE!

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  61. Big effort by Manager Jenny Johnson on updating the BAYSHORE OWNER AND RESIDENT PHONE ROSTER. This is constantly changing information and a challenge & chore to keep it current. Kudos to her for staying on top of this. I like the latest addition of the NATIONAL DO NOT CALL REGISTRY to the list -- that info is needed ASAP when you get a new phone.

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  62. The McGraths #302 are getting quite an elaborate tile makeover to their home. Kitchen backsplash & an unique & creative floor design are being added to their lovely home. These home improvements help upgrade the quality of living, ease of care & increases the value of property at Bayshore. Thank you Helen & Larry!

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  63. The CAPTAIN of the KREWE OF BAYSHORE is requesting the presence of all residents for the Mardi Gras Pancake Night in the Patio Room on Feb. 24th at 6:00 PM.
    Bring Bisquick Shake & Pour bottles (WE DO ALL THE COOKING), your party hat & stay for the MERRIMENT!

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  64. More BEAD donations keep coming in! Special thanks to Realtor, Dawn Marino of ERA Realty for the Mardi Gras beads. Thanks Dawn for being a team player--we appreciate your efforts!

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  65. The Tribute to the Kings & Queens visiting Bayshore from different countries are beginning to arrive for Mardi Gras nite! Bottles of champagne, bottles of wine, beer kegs, napkins, placemats are arriving -- I don't know where the CAPTAIN is hiding all the stuff - the Grapevine says that the stash is somewhere on the second floor - maybe Robert Fox in #200?

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  66. BAYSHORE TECH said she heard that the QUEEN OF CHINA had already arrived at Bayshore to attend the Mardi Gras party on Feb. 24 at 6:00 PM! The visiting royalty just keeps rolling in as the place to be that night.

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  67. The tribute is continuing to arrive at Bayshore for the Mardi Gras pancake & party nite! Now, we've got a jug of special maple syrup from New Hampshire being sent to the party by Bobbe & Tyler Weeks #400. Tyler says it is also called "Hammy Juice", should go nice on the pancakes. See you Tuesday at 6:00 PM - Bring the Bisquick Shake & Pour bottles - we do the shaking & cooking - you do the eating!

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  68. GRAPEVINE says that Helen McGrath #302 entered the Bayshore lobby and declared that she wanted a garland strung from the ceiling to the floor and "here it is!" That will help make the entrance way royally decorated for the Mardi Gras nite. THANKFULLY, she also tipped that Bayshore has a box of Mardi Gras decorations.

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  69. The TRIBUTE has begun to arrive from other kingdoms - bottles of champagne, wine, kegs of beer - whew, what a night this will be to remember. Thank you Elizabeth Gremillion (IBSIE) #304 and Jenny Johnson, Manager for the liquid spirits for the royal toast! With all the visiting royalty, just don't know how many toast there are going to be Tuesday nite at 6:00 PM!

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  70. The "word" about the best Mardi Gras party in town being at Bayshore is quickly getting around. Today, the CAPTAIN was informed that a HOBO & BAG LADY were coming too. Now this I've got to see! I guess they'll be hungry too on Tuesdy nite at 6:00 PM - better get more pancakes for the griddle.

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  71. The CAPTAIN of the KREWE OF BAYSHORE has had to bring in yet another New Orleans consultant for the Mardi Gras Party on Tuesday. My gosh, that makes the number 4 - surely, I thought that Cleon Gomila #1204, Elizabeth Gremilion (Ibsie) #304 & Dr. Rita Maher #205 (all from New Orleans area) knew EVERYTHING about Mardi Gras! Everyone is now wondering who is the 4th mystery consultant on an authentic Mardi Gras party ?????? See you Tuesday in your mask!

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  72. GRAPEVINE says the MOST BEAUTIFUL MARDI GRAS MASK seen so far was sneaked into the Bayshore lobby and is owned by Ryan Markley #1106. Now I know who will be behind the gorgeous blue feathers.

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  73. BAYSHORE TECH heard the CAPTAIN whisper that there will be flambeaus & floats at the Bayshore Mardi Gras night. Glad to keep this a secret that only the bloggers & readers know where to find the real clues as to Tuesday night's big show!

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  74. The KING OF IRELAND has arrived for the Mardi Gras night - THIS TUESDAY AT 6:00 PM. The CAPTAIN said she better order more kegs of beer -gosh, you'd think that 3 were enough. I guess the leprechauns are coming too!

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  75. GRAPEVINE says that the baskets of colorful boas have arrived at Bayshore! Heard that New Orleans Consultant #2 Cleon Gomila Unit 1204 would be helping decide how to arrange them on the gals!

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  76. BAYSHORE TECH says that it was "overheard" in the Mail Room that Treasurer Fred Gund #1205 would be in attendance at the Mardi Gras
    Ball -- now that's an accomplishment. Kudos to the Welcome Committee for planning such a spectacular night that no one wants to miss! Don't you kind of feel "sorry" for those few going to New Orleans!

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  77. FLY ON THE WALL just heard the CAPTAIN say that there will be special Mardi Gras music at the pageant on Tuesday at 6:00+ PM. Heard they will play Fats Domino's "Blueberry Hill", "Fire on the Bayou", "Rockin Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu", "Mardi Gras Mambo" and ++++? Let's hope that Mona Alexander & Micheal Shell #1206 get it right - we've even got the music to "Right Place, Wrong Time" - hopefuly they will remember it is this Tuesday at 6:00 PM! See you Mona & Mike, if I can recognize your costume????

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  78. The CAPTAIN has just informed me that an Ex-Senator from Chicago, temporarily out of prison, will attend the Mardi Gras party on Tuesday- however, he'll still be in prison garb! Since he's under surveillance, maybe we can get him to hand out the beads & doubloons! Even if you can't make the pancake part at 6:00 PM, the Mardi Gras festivities start around 7:00 PM, but come early to get a good seat!

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  79. GRAPEVINE just heard that Margaret Boren #201 is planning to attend the Mardi Gras bash. She's found much of her costume & beads, however, she's still looking for her Hawaiian grass skirt! Margaret's got her beads, and hopefully Gigi won't mess with them until Tuesday at 6:00 PM.

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  80. The CAPTAIN sent a special invitation to Kay Stafford #604 to join in the Bayshore Bash (Mardi Gras Party) on Feb. 24 at 6:00 PM! Not only is Kay & guest are coming, Kay will roll up her sleeves to help decorate things. It's Kay to the rescue!

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  81. The CAPTAIN of the KREWE OF BAYSHORE just found the Mardi Gras Bayshore decorations (YEAH!) that was stashed away(probably pre Ivan)! This Tuesday nite the good times will roll again - so the CAPTAIN is inviting everyone to bring their Bisquick Shake & Pour bottles, party hat, mask, costume or otherwise and JOIN THE FUN! Start reading those elevator invites!

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  82. SCOOP! It is now OFFICIAL. The CAPTAIN of the KREWE OF BAYSHORE has selected the King & Queen & will honor them. The identity is top secret and only 3 people are in the know. Also, the debutante of 2009 has accepted, so the cast is set. Already, the tribute is arriving from different kingdoms. See you Tuesday at 6:00 PM.

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  83. The ZULU King has sent the royal coconut to Bayshore for Tuesday nite! It is in house and is now being decorated -- just more tribute coming in!
    Anyone know why Tyler Weeks #400 is playing the trombone??

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  84. CAPTAIN OF THE KREWE OF BAYSHORE has just sent an engraved invitation to the debutante of 2009. All we know for certain is that her initials are S. E. B. at Bayshore - now you have to come to see who the lovely young maiden will be at the ball! We also have just learned that there are 4 stashes of Mardi Gras loot within the bldg. The 2nd & 11th floor have some, even had to get some of stuffed in the refrigerator ????? Come in costume!

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  85. LUNDI GRAS UPDATE!
    GRAPEVINE says that the shaving of the Zulu coconut has started! Kay Stafford #404 is in charge of the shaving & decoration of the coconut to transform it into a ZULU's Golden Nugget. Bayshore is having an absolutely authentic Mardi Gras party, New Orleans style. See you in your costumes on Mardi Gras, 6:00 PM

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  86. The Krewe of Bayshore had the Royal Roads in the Kingdom repainted for the coronation. Therefore, Country Club Road & Bayshore Drive leading to the Royal Entrance has been painted with GOLD lines to mark the Royal entrance way.

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  87. The Royal Janitor, Danny Cook provided lessons on how to properly curtsy. He said he saw it in a movie once and demonstrated the correct curtsy protocols - THANK YOU DANNY!

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  88. Anonymous said...
    Word was that Pres. Ray Hickey #1208 realized he would not be in charge for 1 night, so he had a "24 - hr flu"??? However, Carla came by to do an inspection and said that the Royal Banquet Hall was very Regal!
    Now we hear that Pres. Ray will be sending Confetti Cake Ice Cream as tribute for future Krewe of Bayshore parties.

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  89. GRAPEVINE says that the KREWE OF BAYSHORE has selected to HONOR a King & Queen. The Royal Court of 2009 is as follows:
    KING CHUCK (Conditt)I #900
    QUEEN BARBARA (Conditt)I #900
    DEBUTANTE of 2009 - Sara Emelia Sundberg #405
    DUKE of 2009 - Dustin Joseph Dodge
    PAGES Maya Markley #1106 and Christian Bryant #1007

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  90. Krewe of Bayshore selected Tyler Weeks #400 as the Royal Music Director. He came appropriately attired in a music necklace.
    Thank you Tyler.

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  91. CAPTAIN KNAPP came to decorate the ROYAL BANQUET HALL on Lundi Gras night. GREAT HELP from Lynn & Richard Sluder,Tres. Fred Gund #1205 came to inspect the Royl money.People of Ireland (Larry & Helen McGrath) came to provide the traditional Red Beans & Rice food to the Royal Decorators of the Krewe of Bayshore.

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  92. Special Thanks to New Orleans Consultant I Ibsie (Elizabeth Gremillion) #304 who instructed the Captain on the Value of Secrecy as to who the King & Queen of the Krewe of Bayshore would be. Ibsie also inspected the coconut that it had been properly decorated as received from the Zulu and transormed into a Golden Nugget. The beautiful face was an exact replica of a Krewe of Bayshore member. :)

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  93. Royal Boas were being sent in to the Royal Chambers. Manager Jenny JOHNSON sent TWO and Sally JOHNSON #606 sent one. Is there a genetic connection with the name JOHNSON & BOAS???

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  94. THANK YOU Kay Stafford #604 and Odis for authentically tansforming the coconut into a Golden Nugget. King Chuck I & Queen Barbara I are in possession of the Golden Nugget.

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  95. THANK YOUS TO MANY BEAD DONATION PEOPLE:

    *Dawn Marino, ERA Beach Realty
    *Doorman Ricky Reeves
    *Royal Cook Paul Wicke

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  96. SPECIAL THANKS to the Krewe of Bayshore Royal Jeweler, Rick Bryson who inspected the Carat size of the rings and declared then to be of Royal Size! HOWEVER, complaints were "heard" that King Chuck I's ring was sized too small. When the Royal Jeweler was summoned on Mardi Gras to make the repair, he "sneaked out" to go play golf!

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  97. An Ex-Senator in prison garb was released for 24 hr to attend the Coronation. He hailed from the Kingdom of Namtvedt and provided lovely flowers for the court & important dignataries. He was also made to work by distributing the Royal Tribute. THANK YOU ROLAND!

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  98. The Royal Presenter of Flowers was MARIANNE MABIE #907. She also presented flowers to important dignataries.:
    *Consultant I Ibsie #304
    *Consultant II CLeon Gomila #1204
    *Debutante Sara Emelia Sundberg #405
    *Inspector Opal from land of Namtvedt
    *Queen of China Bobbe Weeks #400
    *Queen of Ireland Helen McGrath #303
    *Bonnie Joyner who was recovering and a beautiful flower was delivered the next day to speed her recovery.

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  99. CONSTABLE OPAL came to inspect the Royal Kingdom.
    *Royal entry roads had been painted in GOLD!
    *The Royal Chamber
    *The Banquet Table
    *An adequate amt. of Moon Pies
    *Adequate amts. of RC Cola to follow

    ALL PASSED INPSECTION - Feb. 24, 2009

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  100. Special thanks to Jef Gauvreux #1006.5 who does the Krewe of Bayshore Royal flyers! Regretably, Jef had another committment that evening, but sent his well wishes to the Royal Court. Also, the Chairman of the Welcome Committee, Kerry Morton #1006 had another committment, so we all missed Kerry and vowed to have another Royal Event so that she could attend. Kerry has promised Pres. Ray an excellent monthly report.

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  101. Queen Barbara I took her task VERY seriously!! She practiced her Royal Wave & it was VERY elegant & well received. King Chuck I made a tremendous Royal DECREE to thank everyone in the Krewe of Bayshore for their help & attendance. The Royal couple also made a $$ donation to the Krewe of Bayshore Treasury. The Royal couple also provided balloon gifts to the children & sick people (Bonnie Joyner & Ray Hickey).

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  102. The ALL MALE KREWE OF CHEFS & COOKS were Professionally trained Royal Chef Bryan Green #1202, Paul Wicke, Odis & Larry Green. Thank you Guys for the superb Cooking & Cleaning! Thank you Helen McGrath for the extra pancakes & keeping an eye of the kitchen.

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  103. Special thanks to Doorman & Consultant P. J. Gerard for instructions on the Moon Pies, umbrella & Zulu lore. PJ had to be in NOLA as a consultant there.

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  104. The BURYING OF THE ALLELUIA was done to thank everyone who came, participated & enjoyed the nite - ALLEULIA!!!
    *King Chuck I was instructed to hold the hand of Queen Barbara I
    *The Krewe of Bayshore also gave thanks for the many special people who made helped with the nite's activities.

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  105. The ROYAL PHOTOGRAPHERS came out in number:
    *Ruth Mendelsen #204
    *Bobbe Weeks #400
    *Joanne Harding #902 (thank you for your guest)
    *Linda Livingston #500

    THANK YOU FOR POSTING & SHARING THEM FOR ALL TO ENJOY!

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  106. The Official RING LADIES came to the event.
    *Queen Barbara I (The BIG RED HEART one!)
    *Queen Helen McGrath
    *Inspector Opal
    *Kristen Bryant
    *Linda Livingston
    *Ibsie Gremillion
    *Many beautiful ladies in attendance
    *The Queen sent one to Bonnie Joyner as a Get Well gift - delivered by CAPTAIN KNAPP!

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  107. The Royal Treasurer Fred Gund #1205 did come down to inspect that the treasured and newly minted doubloons had been equally delivered throughout the Kingdom at Coronation nite. Thank you Fred for your continued deligence! :)

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  108. The Royal Doors at Bayshore have their crest. The Royal Conditts have their jeweled crown & and Captain Knapp has a fleur de lis. This Royal Decree serves notice to all Visitors & Realtors who pass by our hallways!

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  109. Queen Barbara I & King Chuck I have sent a Decree of THANKS to the Krewe of Bayshore which is posted.
    The Royal couple are looking forwrd to the coming events.
    *March 17th - McGraths hosting the St.
    Patrick's Party - King & Queen of Ireland!
    Official Language of the Evening - Blarney!

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  110. Queen Barbara I sends her Well Wishes to Bonnie Joyner & Pres. Ray Hickey and hope that they will soon be on the mend!

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  111. The Royal Blogger of the Krewe of Bayshore has faithfully executed her duties. Thank you Chuck, Barbara & Joyce for being such good sports. We love you, the Krewe of Bayshore.
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  112. SPECIAL THANKS to Dawn Marino (850 232-3722), ERA Beach Ball Realty for creating this wonderful web site. The Krewe of Bayshore looks to the calendar for upcoming events, learns what units are available to rent & buy with ALL the realtors listings, & discovers Pensacola's History. BAYSHORE is the ONLY CONDOMINIUM in the area with a Krewe of dedicated people who like to have fun - thank you Dawn for your great creativity and enthusiasm!

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  113. BULLETIN; The Navy Hospital just got a 3 wk supply of the Shingles Vaccine! The NEW CDC protocol is if one is age 60+ & not to have an weakened immune system. Now, the CDC also want people who have HAD shingles to get the vaccine to prevent a reoccurence. HURRY UP while supplies last--this is one difficult to find & expensive vaccine, BUT BELIEVE ME, YOU DON'T EVER WANT SHINGLES!

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  114. TAX TIP to the Krewe of Bayshore: Income Tax Help is available at the Southwest Branch Library (corner of Gulf Beach Hwy & Bauer Rd), Tues & Thurs between 9 AM - 1 PM from Feb. 3 to April 14. Call AARP 850 (492-2118) for more information.

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  115. BIG IRISH INVITE! March 17th - St. Patrick's Day Party & Authentic Irish Meal at Bayshore in the Patio Rm See you at 6:00 PM with your Greens, Fun & a Royal Court. See all the Krewe of Bayshore there! Hosted by Helen & Larry McGrath. WE ARE GOING TO DECORATE THE PLACE BIG BIG BIG TIME! :)

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  116. The new, improved FAQs section is just awesome. Thank you Dawn Marino!!!

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  117. WOW-- I just found the Bayshore Breeze Newsletter -- this site has it all and is just Awesome for Bayshore Residents & News!

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  118. The Annual Meeting was successfully held on March 7, 2009 with a quorum of owners. An election of officers was also held and the following residents were re-elected: Pres. Ray Hickey, V.P. Chuck Conditt, Tres. Fred Gund, Sec. Larry McGrath, Directors Cleon Gomila, Joyce Knapp & Roland Namtvedt. Bayshore has a continuity of Officers for 2008 & 2009.

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  119. Preparations for the IRISH BALL have begun! Queen Barbara was seen this morning with her "green" visor; many decorations have been brought into the bldg.; Irish Music has been selected; many doors already have their green decorations, daily collaborations between Helen & Larry McGrath & the Krewe of Bayshore are in progress, plus many more.
    The BALL is on March 17th - St. Patrick's Day at 6:00 PM in the Royal Banquet Hall.

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  120. THANK YOU LIZ JACK #1203 for your contribution to the IRISH BALL - your early & VERY GENEROUS contribution is greatly appreciated by the Krewe of Bayshore!

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  121. The THIRD FLOOR has two beautiful door frames. Elizabeth Gremillion (Ibsie) has framed her doors in classic Georgian Architectural style. This is one elegant & classy lady! THANK YOU Ibsie for your good taste.

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  122. The trees are beginning to have "green" decorations in anticipation of St. Patrick's Day & the IRISH BALL! The SECOND FLOOR & Marianne Mabie #907 have done a nice, colorful job - great Krewe of Bayshore spirit!

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  123. MORE ROYAL WELCOME GIF PAKS are going out to the newcomers - the Krewe of Bayshore created special ones for Pat & Betty Farrell #501 & Liz Jack #1203.

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  124. SPECIAL THANKS to Betty & Pat ALLEN #501 for their generous donation of city maps to the Krewe of Bayshore. This will come in handy in welcoming our newcomers! The Krewe of Bayshore appreciates your generosity!

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  125. The Irish in New York have heard about the BIG Bayshore IRISH BALL and have sent a big box of Irish items to help with the Ball. Also, we've have enough corned beef, etc for all the hungry leprechauns in the bldg. March 17th at 6:00 PM - Bayshore will have a great time & wonderful photos to remember this special evening! Thank you Liz Jack #1203 for the first donation to the Pot Of Gold! The McGraths & the Krewe of Bayshore appreciate your support.

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  126. Special thanks to Ruth Mendelson #204 for the 2 beautiful IRISH BALL flyers. Her talent is greatly appreciated by the Bayshore residents and we all look forward to having a great time on March 17th at 6:00 PM.

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  127. THANK YOU Jenny Johnson, Manager for the creative sign-up sheets. That's a big help on the number of guests and how much corned beef, etc. we will need to buy and plan our menu & Irish evening. Got to look in my closet for something "GREEN" to wear.

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  128. 2 leprechauns from Canada have arrived to be in charge of the balloons for the children. March 17th will be another ROYAL evening at Bayshore!

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  129. PRINCESS MAYA MARKLEY #1106 will again ride in her lovely carriage for the March 17th parade--this time with decorations of beautiful green Shamrocks & Streamers! Everyone at Bayshore is looking forward to seeing her RUBY RED SHOES again!

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  130. FLY ON THE WALL says Bayshore residents are reminded of the BD. Meeting tonite in the Patio Rm at 6:00 PM. See you there!

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  131. All Owners are reminded that Tile or Carpet are not to be put on the balconies. This can lead to rusting of the rebars and degradaton of the balconies.

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  132. GRAPEVINE says that the Feb. "Meet & Greet" nite at Bayshore was very nice. Meet & Greet is the 2nd Friday of each month at 6:00 PM. There was some delicious gumbo & rice & meatballs & wine & good company. All the Allens in the Bldg. (Farrell & Betty Allen) #501 and Joan Allen #1108 got to meet each other. They also got a preview of the activities for the BIG IRISH BALL on Tues. at 6:00 PM!

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  133. We hear that an Irish Shillelagh has arrived at Bayshore for the IRISH BALL. What is THAT?
    A Shillelagh is an Irish War Club! Irish Homeland Security for the evening does not expect to use it, but is prepared to if any lepreachauns got out of hand. :)

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  134. The Royal Attendance Headcount Bayshore for the Irish Ball continus to grow to 60+ and it is only Sat. morning -- this will be some party with a full Irish Court, parade, Irish food, festivities, fun, Royal Leprechauns , McGrath Marching Men, and the Royal Jeweler & Jokester. Already, several Tall Hats, Green wigs, balloons & flowers, plus McGuire's Runners are being seen at Bayshore!

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  135. It was wonderful to have our Canadian Condo owners at Bayshore, Ted & Sue Montgomery visit us and bask in the Florida Sun & fun! We got a chance to visit with them at Meet & Greet - those name tags sure do help!

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  136. Co-Captain Knapp has called in reinforcements to help with the IRISH BALL at Bayshore, on Tues. March 17th (St. Patrick's Day) at 6:00 PM. Her son, daughter-in-law & 2 grandchildren from Canada have come to visit; enjoy the food & festivities; and participate in the nite. The Knapp children will be Royal Leprechauns with hats will be carrying the balloons in the parade. BAYSHORE is a FAMILY FRIENDLY
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  137. Q What is Ireland’s most famous food?
    A In Ireland, it is Boiled Bacon & cabbage. In America, it became corned beef, cabbage & potatoes.

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  138. Q What does the expression “To go to an Irish Wedding?” mean?
    A It means either 1) Emptying the Cesspool or 2) Getting a Black Eye.

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  139. Q What does “Erin Go Bragh” in Ireland mean?
    A It means Ireland Forever!

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  140. Q What does phony mean?
    A When some Irishmen came to America, they tried to pass Brass Rings claiming they wee gold, so hence the name “phony.”

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  141. Q How many people live in Ireland?
    A Ireland currently has about 6 million people.

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  142. Q What is a Shillelagh?
    A A shillelagh is a War Club in Ireland. Behave yourself at the IRISH BALL - this is a family friendly event at Bayshore!

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  143. Q What is the Origin of the Fairies in Ireland?
    A Ancient gods before Christianity were called fairies and were driven underground by the Christians. There were good fairies & bad fairies, only the good fairies were allowed to visit Bayshore.

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  144. Q What is the capitol of Ireland?
    A The Capitol of Ireland is Dublin, which means, “Black Pool.” But all the true Irish; Irish want-a-Bes; and Irish-In-Training know that!

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  145. Q How Big is Ireland?
    A The 300+ mile long island is about the size of the state of Maine. We've got to educate these Irish-In-Training at Bayshore! See you at the BIG PARTY!

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  146. Q Where are 2 of the McGuire runners headed to after the run?
    A Bayshore, of course! Everyone knows that is where a BIG IRISH party will be held on Tues. night- far less money than that at McGuire's, people you know & few hooligans in attendance. Look for them when they come in Tues. nite! Since YOU read this Bayshore BLOGS, you won't be as surprised as others in the Bayshore family audience.

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  147. Q What does the prefix “Mac” literally means?
    A It means Son of _________.

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  148. Q What is BLARNEY?
    A Blarney is the gift of gab and smooth talk. The stone is 4 ft long, 1 ft wide & 9 inches tall. Kissing the Blarney Stone (you must lean over backwards & have someone hold your feet) at the top of Blarney Castle in County Cork Ireland is supposed to give you this! I think some of my ancestors must have done this???

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  149. Q What are leprechauns?
    A Legendary Irish leprechauns were tailors & cobblers. If you “handled” them right, they would lead you to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. We will get Treasurer Gund to check it for us!

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  150. Q What are the colors of the Irish Flag?
    A The Green is for the Irish Catholics, the Orange is for the Northern Irish Protestants & the White is for hope for peace between them.

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  151. Q What is a Shamrock?
    A The Shamrock was used by St. Patrick to explain the Trinity. The plant is the Yellow Trefoil, not a clover, as many believe! Bayshore should have some Shamrock plants on the display table on Tues. at the Irish Ball!

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  152. Q What is Ireland’s Official Color?
    A Blue is the color of the field of Ireland’s Coat of Arms.

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  153. Q What kind of food will be at the Bayshore IRISH BALL on Tues. night?
    A WELL, there wil be Irish corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, Irish Stew, carrots, Irish Soda Bread, Irish cheesecake, fruit, deviled eggs, lots of desserts & salads, plus 60+ Bayshore people. This will be One Wing Ding of a family-friendly party! Also, an Irish Wake is planned for all in house leprechauns & staff the next day with Irish Pancakes & other food goodies!

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  154. Q What does BYOB mean for the Bayshore Irish Ball?
    A It means "Bring Your Own Bottle" of refreshments! However, sometimes the Irish say it is "Bring Your Own Bail Bondsman!"

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  155. Q Who is riding in the carriage in the Bayshore Parade with the Ruby Red Shoes?
    A That's Princess Maya Markley #1106 with the wonderful Ruby Red Shoes. Her grandmother is Lady Linda Livingston #500 who is also has an authentic Irish heritage!

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  156. Ruth Mendelson #204 did ALL the colorful Irish flyers for the Irish Ball! Thank you Ruth & Jenny Johnson, Manager did the decorative Sign up sheet - hope to see them both at the Irish Ball! Jenny says she has some good Irish "stuff" to wear!

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  157. Does anyone know of any condos for rent from May 1 to mid-August?
    tom@ewersfamily.com

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  158. Learned so much at the Irish Ball! Helen McGrath #302 brought down an Yellow Trefoil plant which is the plant that Shamrocks come from - I always thought that it was a clover, but learned something that nite.

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  159. The McGraths #302 had a shillelagh on disply at the Irish Ball! A shillelagh is a "walking stick" or can be used as a war club. It often had a strap on it and all the families in Ireland had some & knew how to use it.

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  160. A brass Claddagh doorknocker from Ireland was given as a gift of friendship to Helen & Larry MCGrath #302 by Rita Maher #205. It originated in the Irish fishing village of Claddagh, located just outside the old walls of the city of Galway. The ring was first produced in the 17th century during the reign of Queen Mary II, though elements of the design are much older. It is just a gift of friendship & appreciation to the McGraths.

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  161. Little Matthew, 12th floor received a gift of a doll with his name monogrammed on it at the Irish Ball--it was a private gift to him.

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  162. Bayshore Tech says the Fire Alarm and Stairwell Pressurization Installation has been successfully been completed. A certificate is available in the office. This may help you reduce your insurance premium.

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  163. The Irish Ball was a great success with over 90+ happy people. Even though these private Special Events Parties are still running in the negative with contributions, several individuals are helping to bridge the gap and promote the fun & spirit of a good & wholesome entertainment evening which includes the children. Thank you, Roland,Helen, Robin, Michael, Linda, Arno, Dr. Gorby & Rita for the bulk of the contributions.

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  164. Beach Sightings! This time a duck decided to lay an egg on our pier-it is by the first seating area. A duck egg's incubation period is 22 days, but this one only lasted 2 days before it broke. Some things are not meant to be!

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  165. The beautiful Agapanthus are now blooming outside the garage. The plants comes in indigo, blue or white flowers--Bayshore has blue & a white one. This plant is also known as Lillies of the Nile, a nice reminder of those who have floated up the Nile River Banks in Egypt where these lovely, delicate flowers have graced the banks for centuries.

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  166. Congratulations to Megan Doucett, who has just graduated from PJC School of Dental Hygiene. She is the granddaughter of Joyce Fitzsimons #903. An inhouse owner says Megan gives the best cleaning in the whole world! Thank you, Joyce & Megan!

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  167. Beautiful pink Mexican Petunias have been recently planted by the fish pond. Thank you for this colorful addition.

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  168. THE FISH ARE BITING! There is fishing and catching and Bayshore has both on their super looooong pier. Also, there is cast netting every week, just scoooping up all this scenic white sandy bay has to offer. Oh, the crabs are running now! Sunrises and Sunsets are terrific to enjoy too. This is Pensacola at its best!

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  169. What a GREAT HAWAIIAN LUAU AT BAYSHORE! Over 50+ congenial Bayshore people in attendance and in Hawaiian attire. Hula dancing, authentic food from the territorial times, Don Ho music, shrunken heads, fortune cookies, skewered veggies, banana leaves, banana flowers & bananas on the stalk, so much! I especially liked the anthuriums & orchid leis from Hawaii that arrived that day airshipped from Hawaii. Lots of photos to boot--it is so good to see everyone there. Mr. House had also had a Happy Birthday, even sung in Hawaiian. Many thanks to Helen McGrath for being the chief chef and everyone who attended this lovely, family friendly evening!

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  170. The Construction Committee has announced that renovations and improvements to the structure will begin in Nov. Bayshore will have quite a beautiful & elegant structural makeover. I think that this is the best condominium in Pensacola & has lots of improving value! We are fortunate to have such an enlightened board that is methodically planning this mission.

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  171. More and more units are being requested at Bayshore--the secret is out that this is a good place to live. I just love the sunsets over the golf course and the view of the entire city.

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  172. The Encore azaleas are really blooming at Bayshore. I think the rich red color is Autumn Embers around the circular fountain, I am enjoying the view from my balcony.

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  173. A few of our Bayshore Marines have visited The Lighthouse on NAS Base to take advantage of the Saturday, Noon to 4:00 PM guided tours. It is nice to see our new military men checking out the nearby sights.

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  174. A wonderful thing is happening at Bayshore!! Several units are having a complete "makeover" by their new owners, a real plus to increase the value of all our units.

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  175. We had a blast of a good time at the Hawaiian Luau with over 50 people attending. Special note were the 3 little girls in the blue, pink & purple grass skirts, several mumus, big bananas stalks with clusters of bananas, neon rope lights, Don Ho music and in-residence artist Bobbe Weeks doing sketches. Oh, I forgot to mention all the Hawaiian food-the teriyaki chicken & steaks,plus roast pig were a bit hit! It was also a birthday party for one of our residents, so we just expanded the party a bit, kind of a two for one. Everyone is eager for the next private party, but Rita & Helen need recuperation time.

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  176. Already several Bayshore residents are beginning to make their dental apts. for the Fall Semester at PJC Dental Clinic--I've got mine and have helped 5 other people get enrolled. This if by far the best dental hygiene care available at a very nominal price--it helps the students and greatly helps the public to receive some of the best care available. That's where I go but then I am VERY PARTICULAR!

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  177. Hey, did you notice that Bayshore Tech is back? This is now rated the 4th best blog site for P'cola. People need to come and see Bayshore--also love those FAQs that Dawn Marino of ERA Beach Ball Realty has provided complimentary copies to interested parties. Sure helps us learn about Bayshore & surrounding area and become more familiar.

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  178. Hmm, just a delicious snack! Several of the Luau party attendees divided up several of the banana stalk bananas. They said the fried "plantains" were delicious--I requested one and the guys are right! Ghee, I should have known that. Thanks Tyler Weeks for sharing this in-house banana treat. Tyler is so much of a team player and the #1 man we can count on at party time to help! He got all the bananas & cut up a couple of watermelons--the food was GREAT at the Luau! Special thanks to everyone who came, brought food & enjoyed themselves. This was such a congenial group at Bayshore.

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  179. MEDIC--word is that a tentative Vaccine Health Clinic will be held at Bayshore in Sept. This will be for Seasonal Influenza, Pneumococcal & Tetanus Vaccines. It is FREE if you have Medicare, Part B. The Swine Flu (H1N1) vaccine will be much later this yr. and one will need 2 doses of that, 3 wks apart to build antibodies. According to CDC, one needs a "pneumonia" shot after age 65 and Medicare Part B pays for it. Also a tetanus shot evry 10 yrs. We are working with Professional Medical Services to get as many people at Bayshore protected agst these airborne threats.

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  180. Just a delightful children's story book - THE BOBBIE ANNE STORIES by Barbara Resler Weeks, published this yr. My kids just LOVED it, so I came down to the Bayshore bookshelvs to read it and now I can see why they loved it so much.
    Thank you Bobbe for authoring these lovely stories of your childhood. The story about "picking the berries" reminded me of my own childhood and I too have fond memories of the berries and parafin on glass jars. Thank you Bobbie--Bayshore has a lot of talented people.

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  181. A Wellness Clinic is in the planning stages for Sunday, Sept. 13. It is scheduled for 4:00 - 6:00 PM and will cover several features. Stay tuned to the Bayshore blog for more info.

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  182. Let's start a Bridge group at Bayshore - anyone for bridge?

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  183. LOST & FOUND DEPT.August 14, 2009 at 8:21 AM

    LOST & FOUND:
    FOUND a Red Spatula--KitchenAid brand. It is currently in the Commons Kitchen, clean and awaiting its owner to claim it.

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  184. Rita C. Maher, MD, PhD, RS will be on WCOA Radio this weekend. Taris Savell is interviewing Dr. Maher on H1N1 (Swine Flu). H1N1 was declared by the World Health Organization to be an Influenza Pandemic in mid June 2009. It will be aired on Saturday at noon & again Sunday. at 9:00 AM. WCOA is at 1370 AM.

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  185. Linda & John Hall are newcomers. They are renovating Unit 206 - another Bayshore upgrade. It is nice to see so many Bayshore residents add niceties to their places & second floor is a great place to live.

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  186. HERD IMMUNITY
    That's what it's called, so a WELLNESS CLINIC is in the planning stages for all Bayshore residents & families. Hopefully, the Hurricane Committee can also present some helpful info at the same time.
    We all use the same front door & elevators, so keeping everyone healthy is of prime concern.

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  187. STORM WATCH - Keep a watchful eye on Hurricane Ana & Bill this week. Let's hope that Claudette, Danny, Erika, Fred, Grace, etc. don't come to visit either!
    I'm glad I've got a full tank of gas & a plan of where to go if needed.

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  188. Well, tonight we expect "Claudette" to visit the Panhandle. It appears to be mostly a rain rather than wind event. Bayshore's elevators are stopped when the winds reach 35 mph. Already, residents at Bayshore are advised to remove things from their balconies.
    Might be a good idea to check your flashlight batteries to see if they still work!

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  189. STORM WATCHER
    This is an excellent time to program into the cell phone the number for Bayshore. It is 850 455-9702. Also, you might want to add ICE (In Case of Emergency)& contact numbers 1) 2) 3), so that emergency responders will know who to call.

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  190. THANK YOU Stevens (Maintenance Man) for coming in this Sunday afternoon and moving the pool chairs & loungers into the East Corridor. Also, our inhouse MARINES WERE READY TO COME TO OUR RESCUE if further "muscle" help was needed. THANK YOU guys!

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  191. STORM WATCHER Monday morn report from the Bayshore Patio Rm, at 8:30 AM - the skies have dark grey cloud bands, it is high tide & there are an increasing number of white caps. Half an hour ago, there were none. Water level is up to the bottom of the pier and coming from the SE. It is bright & sunny!

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  192. WELLNESS CLINIC Bayshore's First WELLNESS CLINIC is planned for Sunday, Sept. 13 from 4:00-6:00 PM in the Patio RM. Many FREE services will be offered such as dental information & goodies, eyeglasses cleaned & adjusted, seasonal flu,pneumonia & tetanus shots (FREE if you have a Medicare Card, Part B) or small fee, International Vaccination Cards, Medication Charts, blood pressure screenings, fresh fruit & cookies, plus a social time. SEE YOU THERE!

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  193. LOOKING AT BUYING A CONDO AT BAYSHORE, WHAT
    ARE THE TAXES LIKE???

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  194. I own a 1 bedroom unit here. my taxes are about $500 annualy

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  195. The WELLNESS CLINIC was a big HIT! Over 30 flu & pneumonia shots were provided by Professional Health Examiners & PJC Dental Hygiene Clinic was well represented. It was a good turnout especially considering this was the 1st time - in THIS bldg. Residents will be better protected this yr. The Seasonal Flu targets the over 49 age group and H1N1 (swine) flu targets the under 49 group - go get YOUR flu shot if you missed this - Walgreens has them for $24.99!

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  196. Hey! Thanks for this great post here. This is my first post and I am so excited to post here. I like the information which mentioned here. I like this site too and will visit this site in future.

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  197. I like to visit this blog again and again because I really liked the content. I would like to say thank you for such a great work.

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  198. I have been in Bayshore once and though my vacation in this beautiful place is short yet I was able to go to the beach like Dunsborough’s Bayshore Resort and enjoy life’s simple pleasure and I also got the chance to visit other places and experience the scenic view of Bayshore.

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  199. This place is SPECIAL - just came here from Michigan where it is already cold. I think I'd like to live in a place like Pensacola where others come to vacation. Bayshore has some attractive features - just walked out on that pier and saw some guys catching reds & a young girl with a cast net - sure looks easy. It is right next to the golf course, so this has it all. They are STILL swimming here in the pool!

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  200. Bayshore is getting 2 new elevators - the contract went to the Otis Elevator Company. The front of the entrance way will be reskinned with stainless steel and lots of new things will be added - fortunately, we can keep the beautiful mosaic floors. A lot of excellent reserch was put into this project - very well donel. It should take 2-3 months per elevator to redo this.

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