Fat Bike Field Trial 4

What the hell is a Fat Bike? Well, it’s kind of like the monster truck of the bicycle world. A mountain bike on steroids. The most obvious difference is the massive 4″ wide tires (fat tires). Of course, these wide tires require a wide front fork and rear wheel frame. All this leads to a […]

Fat Bike

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge

Sunday Drives

Scenic Sunday drives through the countryside were quite common back in the day. Pack the family into the car and head for big nature — maybe a massive forest on rolling hills or a stretch of remote beach along A1A. Make stops along the way at particularly beautiful spots. Have a picnic, maybe. Of course, […]

See the Manatees!

Whether you want to see manatees up close and personal, watch live streaming video (daylight hours) or learn more about these adorable creatures, here’s the info to get you there: Live Stream Manatee Cam from Blue Spring State Park in Orange City. For other videos and more information, please see the Save the Manatee Club. ManateeCam at […]


Key deer

Florida’s Imperiled Animal Species, Part 6

Manatees, Key Deer and Mountainous Star Coral take the spotlight in Part 6 of our continuing series. The list of imperiled species is a fluid instrument — species are added and removed periodically, as well as changing classifications, such as from Endangered to Threatened. In fact, our first imperiled species is a perfect example of changing […]

Florida’s Imperiled Animal Species, Part 5

There are 145 Imperiled Animal Species listed in Florida. In our continuing series we’re spotlighting a few at a time. Today we’re looking at Wood Storks, American Crocodiles, and Sherman’s Fox Squirrels. Wood Stork; Bird; Mycteria Americana: The iconic Wood Stork is listed as federally Threatened, upgraded from Endangered due to successful conservation efforts. However, FWC says, […]

Wood Stork