When I'm On the Go...

Traveling is so much fun. through out the year I go to places and take lots of photos. this blog is a way to post some of them as I view them. On the Go is a Mobile blog. I am learning to send photos in via Mobile Phone. It should be a fun blog. Always learning and keeping my brain working to stay younger. Isn't technology GREAT!

Friday, April 9, 2010

Friday follows & Aloha fridays- Jelly Fish travel?

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This is a new blog I started. With Vacations time has began,we travel quite a bit. the decision to create a blog that I can blog and go via my phone. I have already started this week. We went to Virginia Beach, Virginia and Baltimore Maryland. I have post a few things from that trip. Saturday and Sunday we will be going to the National Cherry Blossom Parade and Festival in Washington DC. I will be posting a few sites on those days. In May it will be Florida. Auntie E's On The Go, because the weather is so nice and there are places to see. Join me, You can follow on Facebook, Google or Twitter that way when I post you will know.

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So now is the Friday Question:
How do you think some of these rare Jellies get from Ocean to Ocean?
I will post the answer on Monday, that way everyone will have a change to answer.


  1. Sounds like a wonderful trip. I guess the oceans are all connected somewhere. Don't step on the jellyfish!
    Have a great Friday!

  2. Sounds like fun. Have a wonderful time.

  3. Hi from Friday Follow! I am a blogger from Va. Beach so I hope you enjoy the visit! I would love if you come visit me at

  4. Well, according to my 13 year old just top of his head: they float with the current. They lay eggs on the bottom of the ocean then slowly float to the top and then they die so they go wherever current takes them.

    There you have it,lol.Now I have to go find out if he was just pulling my leg.It's hard to live with boy genius sometimes.

  5. Congratulations on the new blog adventure. Looking forward to reading more about the places that you visit.

  6. I love jellyfish. I think it depends on the type of jellyfish? Some have those big sacs up top with which they "propel" themselves, but some can only float with the current?

    Congrats on the new blog! Really looking forward to reading more. Enjoy your trip!

  7. PS Following this blog now and also following on Networked Blogs...I'm new to that too so I'm not sure how it works, but I'm not showing up in your badge so just wanted to let you know I'm following!

  8. I'm your newest follower from FF. Can't wait to read more, stop by my blog sometime! Happy FF!


  9. I suppose they just float along. :) I like the idea of this blog. Well done my friend. Have a wonderful Friday :)

  10. Love your blog! I'm a new follower here and on Networked Blogs.

    To answer your question, I would think they go with the ocean's current or do a horizontal scoot.

  11. Friday following. Love to have you visit me. Nice blog.

  12. Cute Blog!!! I’m another new follower! Feel free to check out my blog as well! http://heavenlysavings.blogspot.com
    Happy Friday Follow! Hope to Blog with you again soon!

  13. Hi..I’m Barb from Fri. Follow. I am your newest follower. I hope you will get a chance to visit my blog @ santasgiftshoppe.blogspot.com
    & get inspired by something for your family/home. I hope you will follow me as well.

  14. I would have to say too, that they just float with the current?

  15. I have to agree with the others, I think they just float along with the currents. It makes me think of Finding Nemo when the turtles are riding the East Australian Current kind of like their own personal subway!

    Love this new blog too! Great pictures!

  16. I love traveling. Enjoy your vacation!!

    I have no answer to the question and I'd love to learn.

  17. Following back from FF. Such a cool idea for a blog! And I'm just starting to get into the 21st century and learning how to text! :)

    OK I'm a nerd so I looked it up (aka googled it... and I didn't come up with much so I will make up a silly answer... Jellyfish start life in berryfarms or fruit tree groves, their "tadpole stage" is actually jam, the jelly/jam that is left in the bottom of the jar is then thrown away or sent to a recycle company that washes out the remaining jam and pours this nontoxic water into oceans and streams, soon the jelly turns into fish (aka jellyfish) and voila! We have jellyfish all over the world. Not sure why they sting... maybe a natural defense system? LOL

    OK, I must really need a nap. Happy FF and Aloha Friday and UBP 2010!! yahooo!

  18. They drift with the current... :) Love the new blog, wish I'd known you were in town, I could''ve showed you around! LOL