Get outside today to one of our local, state or national parks with binoculars or camera and find some birds!
Happy pigs in a blanket day! Just don’t try to eat this one!
A new spot in Wesley Chapel in southern Pasco County is becoming famous for their pigs-in-a-blanket, Wolf’s Den.
Click here to learn more and plan a trip: http://wolfsdendiner.com
Here’s where Wolf’s Den is:
27607 State Rd 56
Wesley Chapel, FL33544
Time for a good book about Florida and Swampy is well indulging!
You can indulge, too! Nab a book off the shelf at your home, your local book store or library and log in a few pages or more this evening!
Here’s the website for #WorldBookNight: http://www.worldbooknight.org/
Swampy’s pals celebrate somewhere in the Ocala National Forest.
This watercolor painting is one of the fifty plus Swampy’s Florida prints. Each represent a Florida park and this one is of the Ocala National Forest. The entire set will be available soon. The Swampy store is being entirely remade at the moment. Right now only seven can be found here:
Swampy follower Anne Kail was asking about my Swampy prints and it came to my attention I rarely post anything about them. I’ll start to post them more often. There are more than 50 of them. I should let you all see them once in awhile! 🙂
Trilby’s tomato juggling ability does not impress Alva, the mouse.
The Florida Tomato Committee can keep you informed about these tasty red vegetables. Click here to learn more about Florida tomatoes: http://www.floridatomatoes.org/
Since 1880, Albritton Fruit has been a leading producer of citrus in Florida. Here’s an ad encouraging a gift of citrus for Mother’s day.
You can learn more about Albritton Fruit here: www.albrittonfruit.com
Here’s some about Karl Albritton: http://tinyurl.com/n7xs9pj
This advertisement is from the April 18th, 2017 edition of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.
Trilby takes the columnist role and races to deadline!
Newspapers and their columnists are little known today compared to the celebrity level many were in during the 20th century. The newspaper columnist is still out there, just far fewer and much less known.
Who are some of your favorite newspaper columnists?