As the weather makes it’s shift to cooler temperatures, it’s time to make a winter garden planting plan. Living in the paradise of the North West Florida region that we do, we are able to grow virtually year-round. Some of the plants that our neighbors to the north are able to grow though out their summer months such as broccoli, kale, bok choy, collards, mustard greens, carrots and lettuces can thrive in our somewhat mild winters.
Family Fishing- Teaching A Girl To Fish
This year, there were a few weeks between the end of snapper season and the beginning of the amberjack season. While this meant some downtime for many of the areas charter boats and their captains, it was a great time to take the kids out for some fun. Out in the Gulf of Mexico, the mingo snapper, triggerfish, dolphin, wahoo and king mackerel are biting. Closer to shore, on the inlets of Choctawhatchee Bay, the catfish and pinfish are plentiful.
Taking the 2011 Outdoor Challenge
July is National Parks and Recreation Month and families are being encouraged to get outside, get moving and get up close and personal with nature. My kids, Alex and Harper, and I spent a morning exploring Henderson Beach State Park on the Gulf of Mexico in Destin. This park has […]
Navarre Beach Marine Science Station
The Navarre Beach Marine Science Station is a former ranger residence on Navarre Beach that was given to the Santa Rosa school board for dual enrollment marine science classes.
Although parasails have been launched from land for nearly 30+ years, with the swing in the boat market toward multiple sporting activities, increasing numbers of people are out to have fun high over water. If you’ve never parasailed, the freedom of flight awaits you.