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Travel: Edison and Ford Winter Estates worth a drive


By Debi Lander

I’ve lived in Florida since 1997, but a certain light bulb never went off in my head until recently. I’m a travel writer, yet I never visited one of Florida’s most noteworthy historical landmarks: the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers.

Golf Tips from T Shot Ranch | Golf in the Fast Lane


By Janie C. Farina

“The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once.”  ~ Einstein

Does life can feel like we are racing in the Daytona 500, where time feels like everything is happening all at once — job, family, friends, and golf — while staying on the track going the speed of light?

Gardening | Wild weather


By Lesley Arrandale

Like many Floridians, I left Jacksonville with my family to escape hurricane Irma. I began writing sitting in our friends’ sunny dining room in Atlanta, while Irma was moving along the coast of Cuba. It had already destroyed many of the Caribbean islands that were in its path, and millions of Floridians were awaiting their fates.

Capt. David’s Fishing Report

St. Johns River Fishing Tips

By Captain David Lifka

Keeping up with Florida Fishing Regulations can be a challenge to say the least. Long time residents have witnessed an extraordinary amount of change over the years, while newer residents face the challenges of having to learn these regulations from scratch.

Pantry Raiders | Pumpkin Cranberry Bread

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By Melissa Cooper

It’s Fall y’all — and you know what that means … pumpkin season has officially arrived. This yummy recipe will satisfy all those pumpkin cravings and your kitchen will smell heavenly while the bread bakes. You can thank me later!