Siesta Key is a barrier island protecting the shores of southern Sarasota. The eight-mile-long crescent-shaped piece of land hosts some of the most luxurious homes
Hemingway’s Key West Much the Same Today If you can walk more than a few steps in Key West without seeing a reference to Hemingway,
Traveling Florida beyond Disney! Our eight alternatives to Disney. These places to visit Florida will add some fun and adventure to your travel.
The Villages have three main squares that are the center of activity and entertainment. The oldest square is Spanish Springs located in the north. The largest square is probably Lake Sumter Landing located on, you guessed it, Lake Sumter! Brownwood Square is the newest, but fastest growing of the three located on State Route 44 in the southern part of the Villages. And, not yet completed is the newest region south of Rt. 44 (Fenney and The Village of Southern Oaks are two developments started) which eventually will contain a fourth town square.
If you like the water, scallops for dinner and fun, just head up to Crystal River and hire a boat to take you out in the shallow waters of the bay to gather scallops.
Just One Day…… What do we do? Ever hopped off a cruise ship with just one day to spend? Or, traveling through town and must
Southern Mac & Cheese The creamiest macaroni and cheese you ever had! Crispy topping with luscious cheese sauce. What makes it “southern”? Who else would
In the south biscuits are a way of life. Few southern cooks didn’t start their cooking life with a basic biscuit recipe. This recipe steps up the biscuit making process a little with fresh cooked sweet potatoes.
In 1915 it was clear that trade routes were changing from horses to horsepower. Prior to this time, as far back as the 1600’s Spanish explorers forged pathways through the wilderness to ports like New Orleans and beyond to trade goods from the America’s to the motherland, Spain. The major Spanish city was St. Augustine
St. George Island is a 26 mile long strip of land no more than about a mile in width at the widest point. In the middle of the island, homes are scattered along a two mile strip for a few residents, restaurants and seasonal stores. There is the historic St. George Lighthouse that was a beacon for mariners