Art Shaffer was enjoying life at a high altitude Thursday morning, although it was not the kind of altitude to which he is more accustomed.
I got there early Wednesday morning before the August heat and humidity of the Sunshine State took full effect.
There’s no doubt you’ve noticed the old house if you’ve traveled down St. Johns Avenue during this century – or the last.
This is a story on economic development in Putnam County as it tries to emerge from a global pandemic. It’s a story about a chain restaurant bringing dining options to residents.
I was 12, maybe 13 years old. I don’t remember for sure. I do remember it was hot. Alabama heat and humidity, similar to what we get in Putnam County.
Bill Gaines bought his first car back in 1957. He paid $100 for a 1948 Plymouth coupe.
“The insurance for it cost more than the car did,” Gaines said. “Things have changed.”
She always felt a pull to nature, a pull to Florida. She never really understood why until a visit to St. Augustine last year.
That’s when she started to follow the trail.
The third time proved to be the charm.
An invite from B.A.S.S. for me to take part in a media boat trip during the recent Bassmaster Elite Series tournament turned into a quest.