Here you’ll find a collection of all the Florida Spectator posts to enjoy at your leisure! Each month’s magazine featured posts will appear here as well as what’s happening “in-between” the regular issues. We hope you enjoy exploring Florida as much we we do! Florida Spectator Magazine.
Florida U-Pick farms are fun for the whole family. Not only are you outside enjoying the delicious Florida sunshine, but there’s an excellent opportunity to appreciate the role of the farmer in our daily lives.
Both children and adults love picking fresh fruits and vegetables straight from the farm and maybe even sneaking in a quick taste when no one is looking. 😉 And children who pick their own vegetables are much more likely to enjoy eating them when they’re served at the table.
If you’re not careful, you might drive right past it near Crawfordville on your Northern Florida road trip. “Hey, were those a bunch of rusty old cars and trucks lined up beside the road?”, you might even ask as they quickly fade in your rear view mirror. If you’re like me, the urge to photograph these beauties will likely override your previous schedule and you’ll just have to stop to see them for yourself. Finding the old Ford truck graveyard isn’t easy, but for antique car buffs and photographers it’s definitely worth a stop when exploring the back roads of US Highway 319 in Northern Florida.
When most people think of a visit to the Florida during the winter months of December through early April, it’s usually to escape the bitter cold of more northern climates. But an added bonus of warm sunshine and not having to shovel snow is seeing the Florida manatees in their natural winter habitat. Read more “Where to Find Florida Manatees – Florida’s Winter Guests”
The only difference between myself and a madman is that I AM NOT MAD. ~ Salvador Dali.
After spending a few hours in the gallery of The Dali Museum gazing deeply into the optical illusions of his famous work The Hallucinogenic Toreador or admiring the fluffy white pom-poms on Venus de Milo with Drawers or struggling to decipher Abraham Lincoln’s face at 20 meters away as the docent encouraged us to do…it does make one wonder. Read more “The Dali Museum – Artist or Madman? You Decide.”