Gingham, the woven cloth in contrasting checks, is back in full force this season, in case you haven’t noticed your ‘gram’s feed. This print originated from the 50s for the ultra-feminine wear, but is back in a more modern approach. This pretty pattern can be found in a variety of color and styles, too. The cool thing about this print is that it’s kind of … Continue reading GINGHAM 2-WAYS
All Florida’s Creatures…Plus a Hippo! Florida is well-known for many things. Sometimes we get a bad rep, but for the most part we are home to some pretty awesome and unique stuff. It’s hard to travel across the state without seeing at least an image of a West Indian manatee, or if you’re lucky, spotting one in person. Plenty of Central Florida’s springs are home to hundreds of manatees, especially in the colder months when they flock to the consistent temperatures of the natural water.
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Pets and Water Safety Q: “My dog, Grady James, loves coming to the beach with us every weekend. Sometimes he has diarrhea and acts sick afterward. I heard that the water can be bad for dogs. Is this something I should be concerned with?” Caitie – dog parent, NSB A: We are incredibly lucky to live in an area that allows us to enjoy the … Continue reading Pet Swimming Safety
Find Restaurants in New Smyrna Beach There are no shortage of fabulous restaurants in the charming town of New Smyrna Beach, FL. With two historic downtown streets filled with unique eateries, speciality gift shops and art galleries, you are sure to find something for everyone. Historic Canal Street Canal Street is on the mainland in New Smyrna and home to an array of restaurants and … Continue reading New Smyrna Beach Restaurants