My bright blue kayak bobbed on the waves. The wind picked up and the knot in my stomach tightened. To my left was the gaping mouth of the Weeki Wachee and Mud Rivers, and to my right was the endless Gulf of Mexico. I was but a speck in the great wide open sea. This…
Visitor’s flock to St. Augustine for the historic sites, shopping & food, but when the sun sets, the hunters emerge- ghost hunting in America’s oldest city- here’s a guide to get you started.
Sure the pumpkins at that big bin in the grocery store are cheaper, but the memories you’ll make at your local pumpkin patch are priceless.
I went to my first Blogger Conference last week the FLBlogCon- Florida Blogger & Social Media Conference. Here’s what you missed and why you should go next year.
I’d always wondered why my kayaking friends raved about the Weeki Wachee River- until I paddled it myself. Pristine water, wilderness, and some kitschy river style- find out why the Weeki Wachee River is one of Florida’s most popular paddling destinations.
Notes From the Low Country Exploring Charleston with your kids is like opening a history text book and seeing the characters from the pages leap out and race down the cobblestone streets on horseback- chased by more characters on horseback brandishing bayonets, with a couple of pirates and a Scarlet O’Hara southern belle thrown into…
What do castles, glass and art have in common? Take a peek at the unique and innovative Chihuly art exhibition at the historic Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
Herbs, tinctures, pills and handsaws- inside the Spanish Military Hospital Museum in historic St. Augustine. Take a peek at what medicine and surgery was like during Spanish colonial times. It may surprise you!
Chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate turtles, truffles, fudge and more- a tasty peek inside St. Augustine’s sweeter side at Whetstone Chocolates, their factory and tasting tour.
Wilderness Wildlife Week launches today in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. With more than 250 activities- classes, hikes, workshops, concerts, and much more, it’s easy to see why this annual family-friendly 5-day event has received so many awards. And the best part? It’s free!