Invest 99L is, as I write this, a mass of heavy weather with no discernible circulation positioned around Puerto Rico and Hispanola. Forecasters are frustrated by uncertainty over its future. One computer model forecasts no development, another forecasts a major hurricane affecting the west coast of Florida. What to do? Let’s remember Hurricane Wilma back […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2016 Celebrate the Ocean’s Many Treasures at the Barrier Island Center Sea Glass and Ocean Gems Symposium, February 20th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. 2016 MELBOURNE BEACH, Fla. – You are invited to the Barrier Island Center’s second Sea Glass and Ocean Gems Symposium on Saturday, February 20th, 2016 […]
A recent story in the Orlando Sentinel is headlined “Chinese billionaire to donate millions to restore Florida mangroves.” About five million dollars to be exact. Where is this you wonder? According to the article, its a 225 acre patch of dead mangroves along SR 92 (San Marco Road) about a mile west of Goodland, on […]
What’s going on in Daytona Beach Shores? I know that Daytona Beach has a seedier element that lurks just off the strip, but I always thought of Daytona Beach Shores as being a bit stuffy, and safer. It’s located south of Daytona Beach and has lots of retirees who just want to spend their golden […]
How to juice sugar cane with the Breville Fountain Elite vegetable juicer. Step-by-step with video. It works!
That’s right, you’ll enjoy all of those benefits and more when you participate in this continuing education class designed for adult learners (over 50). You’ll be learning all kinds of things you never knew about Florida beaches by getting to know Honeymoon Island up close and personal. REGISTER: Click here to register online for the […]
Independence Day 2015 looks to be a great beach weekend. No hurricanes or red tide, no oil spills, no heavy surf. Should be a fun, safe weekend for most people. Let’s have a quick look at the beaches around Florida this morning, July 4, 2015 via web cams. Click on the first image and it […]
Florida summers present a challenge to food gardeners: what will grow in the heat, humidity and swarms of insects? Sweet potatoes love the heat as long as they get enough water. One hundred degrees is just fine for these aggressive vines. But don’t expect to be eating sweet potatoes after 60 days. You need at […]
The sun slipped behind a thick cloud bank so we thought the sunset was ruined. But a little while later it came back into view and we enjoyed an awesome sunset.
A group of beach lovers are hosting the first Sea-Bean and Seashell Festival in Marathon, FL Keys, Marathon. Dates are Saturday & Sunday, March 14 & 15 If you know any folks that would like to attend or who would be interest in Exhibiting and Selling their art, please share this information. firstname.lastname@example.org 305-587-3570 or […]