Viewing: Florida

Florida’s Forgotten Coast

By on April 13, 2017

Continuing to live the “Salt Life” and lovin’ it, we headed up the coast a short distance to Port St. Joe, to a wonderful RV park on the bay which had its own marina. We were just feet from the

Naples To Sarasota, Florida’s Southwest Coast

By on February 14, 2017

The 75-mile stretch called Alligator Alley, a straight line between Florida’s East and West coasts, could be a boring drive.  However, swamp land on both sides of the road makes it interesting because of the varied water fowl flying, nesting

Turtle Pillow

St. Augustine to Cocoa Beach, Florida’s East Coast

By on January 18, 2017

Our first stop in Florida was St. Augustine, a pretty and unusual small town of 14,000. Founded in 1565, it was the country’s first European settlement, site of the first Catholic Parish church, the first city government and home to