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Old Florida Tonic
Dog days of summer got you feeling down? Road trip through Florida’s diverse ecosystems and communities as Birdie Hoffman, a jilted 1950’s housewife, hooks a Shasta camper to the Caddy and leaves her Tallahassee trailer park behind. By the way, Old Florida is still alive if you venture away from the masses … Sand drifted…
A dream I once had took place in New Orleans. A jaded girl encountered an intruder in her Garden District mansion. Rather than flee, they remained tethered to the scene – their bond undeniable. I awoke curious. The dream left them face to face. I needed to know what happened. I thought about them for…
Where is your camp? Doesn’t matter. It’s an idea. An escape. A simple notion from a simpler time. My family had a “camp” and it formed who I am today. I carry that concept into my downtime. Whether in a tent, our travel trailer, a cabin in a state park, or at home. That’s right…
Where do we start? So much to see, yet you do not just see Maine. Her rugged coast and endless forests absorb anyone who enters the land. Driving further into her depths, you morph into a state of mind. The dramatic and varied vistas tug at your creative sensibilities. A fierce independence overcomes you. You…
Is there a better cure for the blues than these blue waters? I think not. Perhaps deep forests, but let’s save that for another post. When real life becomes too much, the lure of the Keys beckons. Tired of the news? Tired from the grind? Get on A1A and drive south until mangrove islands dot…