The New Gateway Gallery and Emporium in New Port Richey, FL

Gala opening of the Gateway Gallery and Emporium in the midst of Hurricane Hermine in New Port Richey, Florida. A great turnout and lots of art seen and sold, despite the rain and local flooding. The gallery is the culmination of many years of dreaming and scheming by the owner, Lauren Carr.

Sulphur Springs Water Tower, Tampa, FL

A 214-foot Neo-Gothic tower stands next to Interstate 275 in Tampa, Florida. It's a well-known sight to residents, but, for all that, its purpose and origin are largely unknown. Find out its interesting history in this week's blog post!

Gas Full Service Restaurant St. Augustine, Florida

On Anastasia Island in St. Augustine in a converted filling station, Gas Full Service Restaurant does not disappoint when it comes to killer hamburgers and tasty American fare.

St. Augustine, Florida, Walking Tour

Third in my series about North America's "oldest city", St. Augustine, FL. Interesting photos from around town with historical tidbits such as the Love Trees, Ripley's Believe It Or NoT!, the Freedom Trail from the Civil Rights Movement and shots of charming cobblestoned streets.

Castillo de San Marcos Fortress in St. Augustine, Florida + Brazilian Daiquiri Recipe

Built by the Spanish in the 17th Century, Castillo de San Marcos is a prominent feature of St. Augustine's coastline in Florida. It's the oldest surviving fortress in North America located in the oldest European-founded city. It's walls are made of coquina, a native stone. It's changed national hands a number of times and is reputed to be haunted as well. In addition, I've posted a Brazilain Daiquiri recipe included for summertime!