Halloween falls on a Monday, but everything happens this weekend and you don’t want to miss out on the fun. Check out the ten things you should do on this Halloween weekend.
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Everywhere I turn, I see photos and poll results: Trump versus Clinton, Clinton versus Trump. Every time I switch on the computer, it is in my face, inescapable. It used to be that you could just by-pass the newspaper stand and switch off the television to avoid the U.S. election frenzy, but with the news-at-a-touch smartphones, it is almost impossible to avoid news concerning either Clinton or Trump. How can you escape this election media circus? Check out these ideas…
Adventures of Mom Ultimate Family Halloween Edition: pumpkin carving, trick or treating advice for parents, Halloween costume ideas and more… Tips and tricks to make your Family Halloween night a little easier.
In search of a Halloween-fright fix? Look beyond the slap-em-up-for-Halloween haunted houses and try a destination that will set your heart a-pounding! From real torture chambers to the gateway to Hell, check out these terrifying places around the world you never knew existed.
Hurricane Matthew touched down early this morning as a Category 4 hurricane at Cape Canaveral/Melbourne area and as I write this, it continues to wreck havoc along the east coast of Florida.
Attitude is the difference between an ordeal and an adventure. I would rather have an adventure. How about you?
One of the most unique islands in Greece, Santorini (known as Fira) is a destination not to be missed. A heaven for photographers, artists, epicureans, and historians; there’s adventures on this island for everyone. Inspired by my travels and this manuscript I am currently finishing up, I made a list: Seven Ways to Rock Your Santorini Stay.
We headed out from Crystal River for some saltwater fishing with the kids. It had been a week since hurricane Hermine swept through and there was still a Fort Island Beach Closed Until Further Notice sign on highway 19 near the Plantation Inn. It wasn’t until we had reached the mouth of Crystal River, just shy of Shell Island that we found out why…
I was doing research for my next post on saltwater fishing when I stumbled across this: According to Florida’s boating regulations, it is mandatory for anyone born in 1988 or later to have a boater safety card. The courses for certification range from $14.95 to $29.95, but for kids 12 to 18, there is a free option available!