Although Florida Power and Light no longer occupies the massive building the team at the Ice Plant are keeping a storied history of ice-making alive.
During our 2-week adventure to the Land of Fire and Ice we were curious to to experience the Blue Lagoon, Iceland’s most visited attraction. The best way to see for ourselves was to book an overnight stay. At the end of our 2-day sojourn we left believing that the Blue Lagoon is worth it.
Anxious to get back on the water after a long absence we contacted Compass Sailing Charters on Wilmington Island and booked a Sunday afternoon sail with the affable Captain Steve Horton. Under a patchwork sky of platinum and blue we boarded the Zingara, a 38’ classic Morgan sailing yacht for an introduction to the coffee colored waters, emerald green marshes and photogenic shoreline communities of Georgia’s lowcountry.
As wild oyster populations along the Southeast coast continue to come under both man-made and natural threats, Andrew Carmines of Shell Ring Oyster Company strives to increase awareness of the benefits of sustainably farming these hard working and beneficial bivalves.
A visit to the sweet onion capitol of the world reveals that under the dedicated stewardship of third generation brothers Troy and Landis, Glennville, Georgia based Bland Farms continues to build on their family’s legacy of growing the finest Vidalia® sweet onions in the country.
The Woodpecker Trail Olive Farm in Glennville, Georgia may seem like an unlikely location to grow olives. Yet that is exactly what the owners of this six generation, 300 acre farm in the heart of Georgia’s Magnolia Midlands are doing.