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Friday, February 18, 2011


Be sure and view this video and slide show in "FULL SCREEN" mode.

This is a combination of a video of a passing railroad train and a slide show of scenes of the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Gulfport, Mississippi, where I presently reside in a comfortably furnished apartment.

I recorded this on the afternoon of Friday 18 February 2011, using a Kodak Easy Share Z710 digital zoom lens camera with 7.1 megapixels of resolution.

If you'll go to my personal ALBUM at the FLICKR web site, you can view these photographs in their original size, which is MUCH larger.

At that web site, click on the picture you want to look at, select the "ACTIONS" drop down menu, choose "VIEW ALL SIZES", and then pick the "ORIGINAL" size.

(When selected, each photograph opens on the "LARGE" size by default, but I have the KODAK EASY SHARE program in my computer set at the maximum level, thus, the ORIGINAL" size is far, far bigger, making tiny details easily discernible.)

That'll make it easier to read some of the inscriptions on the various plaques.

It is now time for supper, so I'm heading for the mess hall!


Brock Townsend said...

Looks nice. How much do you have to pay there?

John Robert Mallernee said...


Residents pay thirty-five percent of their total monthly income, with one thousand five hundred dollars the maximum amount that anyone can be charged.

Residents who require full-time assistance, i.e., nursing home services, pay sixty-five percent of their income.

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Gulfport, Mississippi 39507

Blue said...

I agree with Brock, it looks nice.

Thanks for sharing the pictures.