Saturday, July 15, 2017

The Cottages of Lake Worth photographer embarks for life on a “schoolie”.


[FYI: Stay Tuned. There will be several exciting items about “The Cottages of Lake Worth” to report very soon.]

Taylor Jones, whose photographs make up most of The Cottages of Lake Worth book, “Living Large in Small Spaces”, is taking an adventure on a “schoolie”.
The name “Taylor Jones” graces the front cover of The Cottages book.

A group of those involved with the production of the book met at Lilo’s last Tuesday for a going away lunch to say “goodbye” to Taylor. Taylor and her husband are taking on what is called the “schoolie” lifestyle. They are about to sell their home in Palm Beach County and will eventually live in a converted school bus — yes, this is a thing — check out the link above which gives some detail about the company that does conversions of surplus school buses.

Once converted they plan to travel around the country in the bus which will be driven by Taylor’s husband. Taylor will follow in their everyday vehicle. They will set up the former bus as a home base and use the car for errands and short trips. Taylor plans to finish out the inside of the bus in “cottage-style” with wainscoting.

Good luck Taylor and company on your new adventure!

A display of appreciation after signing the second edition of the Cottages Book to present to Taylor. Two thousand additional copies have been published and soon to be en route from the printer.
Commissioner Herman C. Robinson, Janice Snearer (the Cottages coordinator and motivator extraordinaire), Taylor, and Helene Jarvis (on right), one of the many champions and advocates for “The Cottages of Lake Worth”.

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