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Florida Shipwrecks

Destinations

Hurricanes, mishaps and pirates. That’s just part of the reason Florida’s coastal maritime history is so rich and colorful. From Florida shipwrecks, pirate museums, and coastal lighthouses, these historical destinations provide travelers to the state of Florida with plenty of activities to enjoy.   Shipwreck History  The story of each shipwreck is woven into the fabric Read More

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Green RVing

RV Lifestyle,Tips & Tools

Reducing, reusing, and recycling are just the first steps toward saving this beautiful planet while traveling around it. Now it’s time to take it to the next level: green RVing. While you soak in the scenery, take these steps to save some greenery! Reusable camping goods RVers love to use disposable tableware, cups, and cutlery Read More

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Strawberry Mojito

Camping Recipes

Havanna, Cuba claims to be the birthplace of the classic Mojito. There is some debate, however on it’s exact origins.  The original combination of ingredients was actually called “El Draque” after Sir Francis Drake.  In 1586 Drake’s crew was suffering from an epidemic of dysentery and scurvy. He sent a small boarding party ashore on Read More

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St Augustine Ghost Hunting for Beginners

Destinations

A ghoulishly good time Imagine, the sun is sinking on historic St. Augustine, Florida, and an eery fog creeps across the land, leaving only the barest sliver of moon to light your path. As you and your fellow explorers gingerly approach a lone trolley car to begin your ghost hunting expedition, you hear your paranormal Read More

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Avocado Chocolate Mousse

Camping Recipes

Avocado Chocolate Mousse isn’t the first dessert that comes to mind when camping and maybe not even the last! After trying this recipe, however, you will definitely add it to your go-to list for a sweet and healthy treat. It is easy to make using ingredients that you probably already have in your RV and Read More

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Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse

Destinations

The Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse Preservation Association maintains and operates the very historic Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse and Museum. This museum is open to all ages year-round and provides an extremely enjoyable and educational vacation experience. Visitor’s will be encouraged to climb the stairs of the 175-foot tower which is Florida’s tallest lighthouse Read More

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Vortex Spring

Destinations

The state of Florida is one of the most visited states in the country. It is home to an estimate of 21 million residents and offers something for the entire family. If you enjoy recreational activities, then you’ll be happy to know that your entire family can take in all that this great state has Read More

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Fruit-Infused Water

Camping Recipes,Kid Approved

If you are active outside in the Florida heat, dehydration is always a concern. People that don’t care for the taste of water make the mistake of only drinking after they have become thirsty or replacing water with juices or soda. A fruit-infused water tastes amazing, however, and can entice even the pickiest of water-drinkers Read More

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The Devils Millhopper

Destinations

Florida isn’t all beaches and crocodiles. Outside of Gainesville, the ground steeps down to create a bowl-like 120-foot-deep cavity on the Earth. Inside this limestone sinkhole is a miniature rain forest with small streams and lush vegetation. At Devils Millhopper Geological State Park, visitors can hike down a stairway through the forest to find an Read More

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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). Read More

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