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Pistol Shrimp

Creature Feature,Kid Approved

When making a list of the loudest, most dangerous creatures on the planet, the diminutive Pistol Shrimp rarely comes to mind. In reality, however, the tiny creature is one of the top contendors in both categories, making it possibly the most dangerous creature on earth. A normal human conversation is typically about 60 decibels (dB). […]

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Healthy Open-Faced Sandwich

Camping Recipes

A healthy open-faced sandwich featuring crusty bread, creamy avocado, and fragrant herbs is a light yet comforting lunch. This is a tried-and-true recipe that can be assembled in just a few minutes from ingredients that are probably already in your fridge. Ingredients: Artisan-style bread Extra Virgin Olive Oil Avocado Grape tomatoes Endive or small romaine […]

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J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge

Destinations

Sanibel Island is home to a national treasure – the J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. Named for the pioneer conservationist, Jay Norwood ‘Ding’ Darling, the area is over 6,400 acres in size. The uniqueness of the area is that it is an undeveloped mangrove forest, full of cordgrass, seagrass beds and marshes. Darling could […]

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Villa Vizcaya

Destinations

Villa Vizcaya was constructed from 1910 to 1922 as a winter home for art collector, conservationist and industrial executive James Deering. The International Harvester Vice President modeled the home on the banks of Biscayne Bay after a centuries-old Italian villa. After it’s completion, he lovingly furnished the 54-room, 38,000 square foot main home with large-scale purchases […]

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Quick Spanish Paella

Camping Recipes

Spanish Paella is a rice dish that varies depending on the season and available fresh vegetables and meats. The complex flavors of a well-prepared Paella belies the easy of preparation of this one-pot wonder. We make the recipe even quicker by using pre-prepared ingredients that can be cooked over a campfire in a cast iron […]

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Crystal River Manatees

Creature Feature,Destinations,Kid Approved

Manatees have been a part of Florida culture and folklore since before European settlers landed on her shores. In 1492, Christopher Columbus recorded the first known written mention of a manatee in North America, mistaking the gentle giant for a mermaid. This was a common enough mistake for seafarers that the scientific name for manatees […]

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Pesto Pasta Salad

Camping Recipes

This Pesto Pasta Salad is light, filling and fresh. Bursting with fresh, bold flavors, it is the perfect lunch for a hot Florida day at the park or campsite. Prepare the ingredients ahead or purchase store-bought options for a quick meal on the run! Ingredients: 1 lb of bow-tie pasta 1 pint of cherry tomatoes, […]

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Rainy Day Activities

RV Lifestyle

Rainy day activities may not seem like a priority when RVing in Florida. On average, however, there are 119 overcast or rainy days every year in Orlando, Florida which makes having a stash of ready-to-go fun a priority! Cozy up in your camper and get ready for a great day! Creative Cookery Start your rainy […]

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McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary

Destinations,Kid Approved

Featuring more than 200 exotic and native animals, McCarthy’s Wildlife Sanctuary in West Palm Beach, Florida is an ideal attraction for animal lovers. Unlike most zoos and safari parks, the Sanctuary is unusual as it gives visitors the opportunity to have up-close and personal experiences with many of the animals. Featuring White Tigers, Black Leopards, Scarlet […]

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Juniper Springs

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In the heart of the Ocala National Forest, Juniper Springs is a subtropical oasis featuring sparkling springs, nature trails, wildlife viewing and camping under the shady oaks. It is an unusual setting unlike any other park in the United States due to the hundreds of bubbling springs and larger vents gushing out of the earth […]

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