Monthly Archives: July 2010

Florida: The Perfect Oasis

It’s my favorite time of year, the time when kids can fry eggs on the sidewalk, the time when sand and pavement alike burn your feet, yes the hottest time of the year: summertime. As a Floridian myself, I was … Continue reading

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Oil Free

Floridian’s biggest fear came true a couple of weeks ago when tar balls washed ashore the panhandle coast bringing with them waves of oil staining the white beaches. Summer spirits crushed, animals wounded, and thousands out of work, BP’s carelessness has taken … Continue reading

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The Wash Basin- A Shabby-Chic Gem

As the door opens, aromas linger out into the hallway, transfixing passing consumers. The Wash Basin, created by Joanne Brook, holds a variety of natural soaps (olive oil and goats milk) and sachets that give the quaint store its aromatic charm.  From the moment the door opens, the … Continue reading

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Independence Day!

Fireworks, hot dogs, swimming, family time: all elements create the perfect Independence Day. Fishermen’s Village’s Fourth of July Celebration offers all elements for the ideal Independence Day celebration. The patriotic holiday starts at 9am with a Punta Gorda tradition, the … Continue reading

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