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Hi David ... after an absence that took me in other arts directions, I am BACK with Orlando Slice with a new email, new info and a new book I have just published. I had changed my email and lost my old password (!) so I opened a new account with my same name.
Do you suggest I delete my old account and start over, or can I import some of my info from my old account? (My new account is already set up and functioning.) I still know many of the friends I had accumulated with my old account ... yourself included. Any advice will be appreciated, of course! Hope all is well with you! Cheers and Best Regards!
Hi David ... I remember the Cherry Plaza from the early 1960s, when I spent some nights sleeping in Lake Eola Park --- after running out of money to stay at (what I think was a YMCA or hotel at the site and building that now houses the Panera Bread Company at the north east corner of Lake Eola). I was a college student and had a bus ticket home to Ohio, but didn't want to go home yet. Being an avid reader of Jack Kerouac's books, I was no stranger to backpacking and sleeping in parks and had done the same at Lummus Park in Miami Beach. My memory is fuzzy with details from 50 years ago, but Lake Eola holds many fond memories for me, (as it does for you!) I was a rather social young guy, so I met and talked with many Cherry Plaza people around that time. Years later, in the 1980s, I had an aunt who also lived at the Cherry Plaza (probably then called 'The Plaza' (?) I was also, in those days, fascinated with the Confederate Soldier statue at the east end of the lake and did an art project at my college in Ohio based on it. Thanks for sharing your memories ... (you could likely fill in some of the details of my sometimes faulty 'recall'). Having had a fond relationship with central Florida, I retired from my art director career to Orlando just a few weeks ago.
hey sorry i just saw this i got praises message i havnt had a labtop lately. but praise spread the word on facebook. so hopfully everyone will know soon enough. and for some reason the site wouldnt let me reply to your message