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August 2008

Volume 28
Number 8


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Florida Comedians
Carrot Top, Larry the Cable Guy and Gallagher are a few of the funny men (and women) who originate from the Sunshine State.

Fabulous Florida Bed & Breakfast Inns
Elegant and romantic B&Bs from across the state are waiting for visitors to enjoy their peaceful, elegant amenities, plus the Top 10 reasons to stay at a Florida Bed & Breakfast Inn.

Celebratory Steps
The Conductive Education Center of Orlando gives hope and life skills through a unique type of therapy to children with special needs

Our Florida Heritage®

Florida’s Heritage on Canvas
Renowned Florida artist Christopher Stills has made a name for himself, and his talent holds center stage at the Florida House of Representatives, in a 10-piece mural reflecting Florida past and present.

Florida Legend—Betty Skelton Frankman Erde
She has been an aerobatic champion, trained with NASA, and dominated women’s auto racing. Betty Skelton Frankman Erde is a Florida Legend few have the speed or talent to surpass.

Real Florida Finds

State of MIne
This Month in Florida History; new Florida books; Mixon Fruit Farms; GreenSteel Homes; and Space Coast surf, shuttles and rock’n’roll.

In the Florida Kitchen
Oh,it’s gumbo—also known as okra—this month. Don’t fear—okra doesn’t have to be slimy and can be prepared full of flavor.

Florida Homes & Lifestyles®
Accidents happen and elaborate safety gadgets can get expensive, but an ounce of prevention—and a new point of view—to protect your beloved children and pets could be priceless.

In the Florida Garden
Dr. Marina D’Abreau gets down to the nitty gritty, explaining how much is too much when fertilizing your lawn and landscape plants.

Watching Wildelife
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, the blue-winged teal, boaters beware of leaping sturgeon, and August natural occurrences.

Around Florida
Lakeridge Winery celebrates its annual August Stomp this August, plus thousands more festivals & events around Florida

Travel Florida Highways®

A Day on St. George…In St. Johns County
St. George Street in St. Augustine epitomizes the city’s deep roots and reflects the city’s Spanish influences. A trip to this Northeast Florida town would not be complete without a stroll down this historic lane and experiencing its treasures.

Like A Horse & Carriage…Lake County
The Florida Carriage Museum is one of the delightful attractions found in this Central Florida county. It features old-fashioned
hoe-downs, lessons and even overnight accommodations.

A Forest of Family Trees…In Madison County
Elmer Spears has taken his love for family history and transformed it into a Genealogical Library worthy of traveling to Madison County from all over the state. His treasure trove hosts its annual Family History Conference this fall.Palm tree

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