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Chad’s Blog: Do Naples

Florida’s Paradise Coast runs along the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida and is considered an idyllic Florida getaway -- even if you’ve lived in Florida for years. There’s such a laid-back lifestyle in an almost secluded area near gorgeous turquoise waters and white sands....

Chad’s Blog: Do Orlando North

No matter where you live in Florida -- or even if you’re just visiting -- there are plenty of things to Do around here without going very far. Heck, I’ve lived in Seminole County, Florida my whole life and I’m still finding new things to...

Chad’s Blog: Discovering Old Florida

Every time I stumble across a bit of Old Florida, it’s like I’ve been sent back to a time before there were cars, internet, or smartphones — heck, before any phones at all. No matter where you live in Florida, you are never far from...

Chad’s Blog: Support Your Florida Farmers

I was recently at a U-Pick strawberries just a few miles from my house in Seminole County, and it really got me thinking about where my family gets its fresh produce and how much of it comes from Florida. Florida’s agriculture industry is second only...

Day Trip: Bass, Burgers & Beer

This will be a day of reeling in FL legendary bass and lifting glasses of hand crafted beer up and down. This is a great day for old friends to catch up or replace the beer with root beer and take the kiddos. No matter...

Typically, I try to reserve the topics of this blog for Florida related subjects and the like. However, as a father, husband and man, I feel the need to share and explore the area of the importance of teaching your children to do chores and...

A few days ago I took my son, Chase, fishing on the St. Johns River. Just the two of us. Being a family of six, itʼs rare that we get to spend a few hours alone as father and first born son. I certainly look forward...

As a kid, I can remember going to many different Florida springs with my family. I also remember thinking, “why is the water so cold and where does it come from??” The last time my wife and I took our kids to a spring they asked...

  Summer is upon us and with the kids out of school their sense of boredom will skyrocket along with the temperatures. The heat can be downright brutal in our state, but fortunately there is plenty of water and activities here involving the water to keep...