Pit bull and other "dangerous" breeds are not prohibited in Florida, only in Miami Dade County. But there are still rules in effect.
Now you have to come up with a storage solution First of all, this blog is not about the „big guys.“ When you have a 40’+ boat, the options are already pretty limited. You keep it in a wet slip, use a good bottom paint, protect it as much as you can against the UV rays, check all the ropes […]
Placida Harbor is a little place on the Cape Haze peninsular where the "Old Florida" feeling is still alive.
The West Villages, a 10,000-acre improvement district, is going to be huge! Yes, very huge indeed. North Port always wanted to expand west of the River – the Myakka River – but they never got the chance. Now the time is right. North Port’s image was always that of a lower class, cheaper housing community. The City has always wanted […]
“Gasparilla” is the name of the island and “Boca Grande” the name of the village. This cool piece of land offers seven miles of wide, pristine, sugar white sandy beaches. Located midway between Sarasota and Fort Meyers, Gasparilla is the last pearl in a string of barrier islands, beginning with the first pearl Anna Maria Island some sixty miles further […]
Englewood's Stump Pass is the most amazing place with endless wildlife and a natural beach.
Although Florida is the most southern state of the Continental United States, it can get cold in winter. The winter is short, but the temperatures can get low enough to kill all tropical plants in your garden.
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Walkability is the new global, national and regional trend. Many younger families want to be active, buy and shop locally and live in communities that fit into their lifestyles.
The Pioneer Trail park is an 8 mile long hiking/biking trail, which runs from McCall Rd (SR 776) all the way down to the Gasparilla Bridge.