I just saw a convoy of bucket trucks heading down the road. They had been sitting in cow pasture near us when Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle, all ready to be deployed to the coast, and begin repairs to the devastation left by a Category 4 hurricane on Florida’s Gulf Coast. Hurricane Michael: What…
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.
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!
Hurricane Irma, a 400-mile wide storm etched a path across the state of Florida this month. Here’s what happened after our monster hurricane struck.
Georgia made the list! The entire state of Georgia was selected by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of their 21 “Best of the World” travel destinations for 2017.
I was doing research for my next post on saltwater fishing when I stumbled across this: According to Florida’s boating regulations, it is mandatory for anyone born in 1988 or later to have a boater safety card. The courses for certification range from $14.95 to $29.95, but for kids 12 to 18, there is a free option available!
Make some memories by taking your children hunting this Christmas. Wait-what? Christmas Tree Hunting, that is!
How far would you actually go for an adventure? Would you leave your city? Country? Continent? Would you dive to the deepest depths of the ocean? Or climb the tallest mountains possible? Do you thrive on the thrill of the unknown? Are you mentally and physically up to the challenge? Then perhaps this job with NASA IS for you…
Happy Birthday, St. Augustine! America’s oldest city celebrates her 450th birthday this Labor Day weekend, September 4th- 8th, 2015. Isn’t she still beautiful?