The Villages is a growing population of more than 89,000 people. People from all over the world make their home here, as well as pay a visit.
The photos I snapped today were taken at Sumter Square of the many Villages' Visitors who are paying a visit this Holiday week.
Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed snapping them.
Until this time next time.
See you in print,
Linda Della Donna
|Do these pretty pink shoes come in size 7?|
|Meet (l-r) Ashley and Ellen of Tamarind Grove, and Maddie, Colleen, Stella and Joe visiting from Georgia.|
|This happy family, (l-r) Fernanda, Alfonso, Lucila, Valerie, Jesus, Yadira and Kelly are visiting The Villages from Honduras and Mexico.|
|Meet happy family, (l-r), Dennis and wife, Barbara, from Village of Tamarind Grove, celebrating family visitors Cliff, Cindy, Ben and Brie from Boston, Massachusetts.|
|Proud Villagers' Visitors, Mary and Bud. Mary makes her home outside The Villages and Bud is from Michigtan.|
|The Villages Market Square movie theater.|
|With visitors come more golf carts. Here's a row of Mr. Magoo vehicles parked in front of the movie theater at Sumter Square.|
|Meet Jim living in the area 12 years.|
|This is James and Beverly of Hadley Village. They are from New York living in The Villages 3 1/2 years.|
|Meet five year old Duncan, sheltie collie, with his persons, Janet and Alden, from Richmond, Virginia.|
|Arthur, with Mom Anna, and grandmother, Tanya, visiting from Harbor Hills, Florida.|
|Clark Barrios Duo, tonight's entertainment at Sumter Square.|
|Meet poodle Candi, age 6 years, from Village of Duval with his Persons, Don and Karen. Don and Karen adopted Candi from Pet Pack.|
|My evening wouldn't be complete without a stop at Johnny Rockets' for a burger and fries and music. Imagine. A nickel for a song.|
|Say goodnight Linda. Goodnight Linda.|
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